Tag Archives: Cansfield

Glorious day with an extra Dawn

I haven’t seen Dawn this year. Well, until tonight, anyway. Ages ago, I bought tickets to go to the Maltings to see Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman. We went to see them the last time they played in Farnham and … Continue reading

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Spanning the years

This morning I had a lovely email from Yvonne, who took the table last night. I thought I’d share it because it’s rare to get a response from things we Freecycle. Hi Gary Just wanted to say thank you for … Continue reading

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The hedge bed – year 3

I realised, this morning, that a year ago, I wrote about the progress of the hedge bed which runs along the fence between us and Dave and Gail. It’s where the hedge used to be. Looking at the photographs almost … Continue reading

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A view to hang in

Today I accompanied Dawn on one of her archaeological visits. Since returning to her PhD studies, she’s been visiting neolithic monuments. She writes her visits up on her blog, Past Rambles. You can read her post here. Because her write … Continue reading

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Bad, immoral and crazy

Today was the first edition of the Talking Newspaper for 2014…although there’s been two week’s of papers. Subsequently, I had to prepare two editions of the printed paper. While this was very good for the amount of stories available to … Continue reading

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Lunch and the desert

On the Radio 4 news this evening, was a story about a cat on the underground. It boarded a train at Seven Sisters during the rush hour and managed to find a seat. A volunteer from Battersea Dog and Cat … Continue reading

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Nicktor Evening

Tonight, Dawn came over (bringing my total Cansfields for the week to two) to have dinner, chat and watch TV. It’s called a Nicktor Evening because she doesn’t stay the night. It was a pretty miserable day, weatherwise, so there … Continue reading

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Winning ways

I had a lovely two Cansfield day today. Lunch with Dawn followed by dinner and football with Nicktor. As usual I met Dawn at the Mill in Haslemere where I enjoyed a pint of Timothy Taylor’s Landlord with 23 members … Continue reading

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You’ll soon drip precious rubies

Ages ago I had an email from Dawn, asking whether Mirinda and I would like to accompany them to Chichester to see Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Seeing as Sweeney is my favourite musical, it wasn’t a … Continue reading

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Weekends can be lonely

Even though I don’t work – well, in the traditional way, whereby I interact with other people while getting paid for doing something deemed worth paying for – my weeks are filled with ‘stuff’. Weekends, on the other hand, are … Continue reading

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