Monthly Archives: September 2018

Sunday Music: Flicker and Shine

When Ma and I do road trips there is normally some Old Crow Medicine Show in the music mix.  This is Ma’s favourite but not really for driving, it makes you go faster… Advertisements

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Friday Links:

Happy Friday! I made it through my first week back at work, the first week is always the hardest! Here are this week’s links… No-deal Brexit could result in Northern Ireland blackouts, leaks reveal Theresa May excels herself in another … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Autumn Approaches

The last time I went on holiday, was before I had the plot. In fact, the call to say there was a plot available came on the last day we were in Amble, we came home on Saturday and by … Continue reading

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Monday Miscellany: Everyday Living

Happy Monday! Today, I re-enter everyday living and the dreaded commute. 6am this morning was a bit of a shock and it’s always surprising how difficult it is to slip back into routine after only a week off. The morning … Continue reading

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Sunday Music: The Darkest Place I Know

In my house, this song is most often referred to as ‘the cutthroat song’. Because that’s what Ma calls it (look I don’t even pretend to understand how her mind works….), I did put it on the music phone for … Continue reading

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Recommendations: Barter Books

This week’s recommendation is geographically tricky for most of the world and for me, most days of the year, but Barter Books is one of my favourite places.There are books and lights and a model train and proper fireplaces and … Continue reading

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Friday Links

Happy Friday! I hope that you’ve had a lovely week, for the first time ever, I’m not looking forward to the weekend because it means that it’s time to head back to London. On the one hand it’ll be lovely … Continue reading

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