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Fog sent to Oslo

According to my sisters, yesterday’s fog followed them to Norway while it was reduced to mere whiffs here. Well, I have to say, that works well for me. Today was basically a rest day for mum. The rigours of half-way … Continue reading

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The yearly task

Today was the day I started my Christmas cake. I note from previous blog entries that this is generally the time I start my Christmas cake. I have the fruit happily soaking. I generally don’t make a Christmas cake when … Continue reading

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There is no way you’re welcome

The weather was decidedly beautiful today so we decided to take advantage of it and head to Frensham Little Pond for a walk. Unfortunately thousands of other people had the same idea. It was rather late in the day and … Continue reading

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Gremlin

Today marked Freya’s first big walk. We took her to Frensham Little Pond…along with 30,000 other people. It was a glorious, if overly hot, day so we decided to wait until late in the day to set off. We thought … Continue reading

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Change is afoot

This morning I had my first Starbucks for two weeks. Jade (barista) asked where I’d been, which is always nice, then made my drink perfectly. I’d forgotten how good my specific drink is. Actually, when Jack asked what my Starbucks … Continue reading

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Sideways 1 and red sticks

A cricket update: It looks like being a New Zealand win at this very early stage of the match. Going in for their second go at bat following a Kiwi score in excess of 500, English wickets tumbled and it … Continue reading

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Seeds and breast milk

The National Trust look after a mansion in the middle of Wakehurst Park (they lease the Park to Kew Gardens). It is a load of unfurnished (their word) rooms which contain a few bits of furniture. In one of the … Continue reading

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Marvellous Thursley

Mirinda is hoping to attract a few pixies onto the terrace. Personally, I think this is quite dangerous, knowing how mischievous they are, but Mirinda insists that if we supply them with their own little garden complete with furniture, they’ll … Continue reading

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The Hankley Gorse

Today was perfect for a walk over Hankley. And so that is exactly what we did. The sky was blue, there was no wind and, while there were a few people about, it wasn’t crowded. And, as a salute to … Continue reading

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Me and my girls

I had planned to go to the football with Nicktor today but last night it occurred to me that I’ll be away for almost three weeks from tomorrow and won’t see Mirinda at all. I cancelled Nicktor and we spent … Continue reading

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