Monthly Archives: March 2022

Your child’s best pal

It snowed today, off and on. In true Chasuble-istic style, we had bouts of blue sky which looked all summery, which would then vanish beneath steely grey clouds which would release great flurries of white flakes. And, Mirinda missed seeing … Continue reading

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Wheel and wall

On the weekend, Nicktor was telling me about a talk he attended at the Midhurst Society. A chap told them about a particular angled rock that stands at a corner in Midhurst. He explained how the rock was there to … Continue reading

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Careless swipe of spray paint

I have no problem with graffiti. I’ve seen some amazing random artworks around the world including psychedelic train carriages in Naples, weird aliens in the south of France, a big nosed man in Pompeii, to name but a few. I … Continue reading

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Pound shop Jade

Yesterday, when we stopped at the services half way home from Altrincham, I went into Starbucks for a latte. When the server asked my name, I told her then asked what her name was. This was because her fleece was … Continue reading

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The effects of letterboxes on Fat Andy

The trip back from Altrincham was uneventful while the conversation was the usual mix of the informative, silly and surprising. For instance, at one point, we discussed the best colours for a tractor. The general consensus was green with yellow … Continue reading

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Hamo de Masci

I took the cue from James and started to take my turn at the pool table when a stranger handed me the chalk, saying I’d need it and calling me a Cockney. I waved it away, assuring him I did … Continue reading

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A rush on quinoa

I was sitting in Starbucks this morning, enjoying my latte and having a read when, suddenly, Sue asked, to anyone in particular: “Why are so many people queued up outside Waitrose?“ I looked up and, sure enough, there was an … Continue reading

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Special announcement

I am very happy to say that the rotary washing line issue of the last few days, has been successfully resolved and today saw four furniture throws drying in Mother Nature’s bounty of light breezes and sunshine. And, no, that … Continue reading

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Us mature Christians

I spent quite a bit of time on buses today. I met Dawn for lunch at The Mill so the number 19 to Haslemere did the honours of getting me there. And it was, as usual, very comfortable and an … Continue reading

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When 5mm makes all the difference

Back in August 2018, I bought a removable rotary washing line for the middle of our tiny grassy area. The post is here. It was a wonderful idea and, every bright, breezy, sunny day, I’d save the planet a little … Continue reading

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