Tag Archives: Fiona

Panda-moan-ium

In 1936, socialite and fashion designer, Ruth Harkness, went to China, caught a baby panda and carried it (literally) back to the US. It was the first live panda ever to be seen outside China. Upon arriving in America, she … Continue reading

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A-Day

Well, I am very sorry to report that Karen did not win the Postcard of the Year. As unbelievable as that sounds, I have to report that it is true. I checked the website and some other stupid postcard won … Continue reading

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Ducks and chickens

So, Mirinda has come down with a terrible cold. The house is full of coughing and used tissues. I spent quite a lot of it out on the verandah working on The Project. Meanwhile, Suzie had a jolly time, roaming … Continue reading

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Anniversary

Today was our 22nd wedding anniversary. We had a lovely day planned. Mirinda had a guitar class and then we were going to see The Thrill of Love, a play about Ruth Ellis, the last woman hanged in the UK. … Continue reading

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Christmas on the beach

Today we went over to Fiona and Andrew’s for Christmas lunch. It was all very chilled and we all had a lovely relaxed time. Apart from a baked potato, the food was Australianistically ideal in that it was cold. There … Continue reading

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The fox and the cat

Tonight, while I was on the phone to Mirinda, the dogs went ballistic. They barked and ran around, making a hell of a noise. This, in itself, is not that strange. They often bark when the Crazies’ dogs are in … Continue reading

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