Monthly Archives: December 2017

Friday Links

Happy Friday! This Friday, I am having my haircut and getting myself sorted for working next week, that should be interesting… Nope, nope, nope. Napoleon was the best general ever and maths proves it.  So much no for this, the maths … Continue reading

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Handmade Christmas: Salt Dough Decorations

Yesterday, I babysat for the Baxters. The children, especially the eldest, are really into making things and the youngest has been telling me that I don’t spend enough time playing with them! So after checking with their mum, I arranged … Continue reading

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Handmade Christmas: Fudge

We are 11 days away from Christmas and I find myself in my usual just before Christmas mood, recovering from my December cold, half sorted and with a seemingly huge to do list. This year has been much easier, I … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – October/November 2017

I’m way behind on this, mostly because I haven’t really been reading that much. I just wasn’t feeling it, being in a slump is tough, so it was all stuff that I read quickly (in a day) and all escapism. … Continue reading

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Best/Worst – 4 to 10 December 2017

Happy Monday! Best Monday was the best day of this week. It was Ma’s birthday and we had a lovely day (I hope she enjoyed herself) we had breakfast, wondered around and went to see Paddington 2. Worst I got … Continue reading

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Sunday Music

More Christmas music. This doesn’t often make the Christmas music lists but should… Blind Boys of Alabama with Mavis Staples

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Friday Links

Happy Friday! Here are this weeks links. Anne of Green Gables: Patron Saint of Girls who ask too many questions The response to Trump’s Jerusalem declaration has focused too much on the fear of Arab backlash and not enough on … Continue reading

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