Monthly Archives: January 2019

What I’ve Read: January 2019

It wasn’t a terrible start to the year! Here’s January’s list complete with a picture of where most of my reading takes place Ocean Light – Nalini Singh I love Singh’s book crack but I’m impatient with the Trinity section … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Busy doing nothing

Honestly the week has passed and we’ve done nothing except re-up the birdfeeders. This week we harvested leeks, kale and chard and bought seed potatoes. We have settled on five bags of nicola, one of pink fir apple and two … Continue reading

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Food Lately: January and February 2019

I found cooking in January difficult. I had a really good first week but generally if I don’t spend a chunk of the weekend making sure that the food for the week is good to go then it all tends … Continue reading

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Monday Miscellany: Stupid Suppressed Immune System

I didn’t have a great week health wise and I’m very unhappy about it. Other than the vomiting and fever, there was work, marmalade and reading, so a pretty normal week. But I missed a haircut which makes me sad…. … Continue reading

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Sunday Music: It’s Yer Money, I’m After Baby – The Wonder Stuff

Last weekend, Matt, Ruth and I referenced this and the godchildren and their grandfather were baffled. So for those of you that weren’t around for the Wonder Stuff, here it is…

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Friday Links: It’s not normal

Happy Friday! The Unique Pleasures of Watching Alexa Deny Children What They Want Growing pains: how the climate crisis is changing British gardens While politicians get het up about Brexit, this is happening, anyone with eyes can see it. There … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Autumn Raspberries and buying seeds

The weather last weekend was grey and miserable, it wasn’t properly cold but felt cold because it was so grey. The herb patch is looking green but straggly (you can see how warm it’s been because the lemon verbena is … Continue reading

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