Monthly Archives: August 2022

Homemade Mini Milks

I have a confession, I have an ice lolly problem. I really, really like them. I didn’t realise it was a problem until the most recent heatwave, when ice lollies were better than dinner. I have a general rule that … Continue reading

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Monday Miscellany: A Year Older, Probably Not Wiser

Happy Monday! August is the best month of the year, everyone is on holiday so London is a bit emptier than usual, there is a Bank Holiday AND it’s my birthday! Which happened on Saturday. 49 isn’t much different from … Continue reading

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Friday Links: Things are not improving…

Happy Friday! Spiralling inflation, crops left in the field and travel chaos: 10 reasons Brexit has been disastrous for Britain Rent strikes and bill boycotts in the UK are great in principle – but I’d end up with no electricity … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Drought

It’s been a while, I’ve not really had the energy to write about the plot because I’m exhausted by all the watering. We’re in the driest July since 1911, and London and the South East has had just 11% of … Continue reading

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Monday Miscellany: England won something!

Happy Monday! If you’re English, into football and not sexist, you’re probably feeling quite chuffed about last night’s result. I am, it’s great to see the woman’s team get the kudos they deserve and the football league started this weekend … Continue reading

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