Tag Archives: daffodils

In a bunch! In a bunch!

Last year, at around this time, Mirinda said I should tie up the green stems of the daffs. This would improve the next spring’s output. I’d completely forgotten about it but, yes, we had a very healthy growth of daffodils … Continue reading

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Wrong day

The Talking Newspaper roster is prepared well in advance and without fail, there are a lot of swaps. (I’ve probably mentioned this before.) So far, I’ve managed to keep on top of my rostered days…well that was before today. Off … Continue reading

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25 years of numb

Prozac turned 25 this year. It started being sold in the US, following a fair bit of testing and a year in Belgium, in January 1988. Prozac itself is merely a brand name (like Aspirin) for Fluoxetine. Clearly that name … Continue reading

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Dante II: Revenge of the Inferno

Now that Mirinda’s office is painted the correct shade of blue, we figured it was time for her big pictures to grace the walls. We had already moved them from her old office to her studio flat, where I hung … Continue reading

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Walking with daffs

Spring has sprung a little late this year. There has been a general outpouring of grief over the total lack of daffodils. It was so bad that on the magazine programme, The One Show on BBC1, they had a daff-map … Continue reading

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