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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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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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Happy Friday! We are now officially in December, and thus Christmas music can be played! Tomorrow I will be at Ginvent drinking all of the gin, so December is off to a good start… I should also point out that … Continue reading

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Happy Friday! This is the last Friday of November and then we are into December and Christmas….I will be spending today on the allotment after coffee with a friend and at some point will need to made a pie…. Here … Continue reading

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Happy Friday!  This interview with Michelle Dockery, it’s not that I loved Downton Abbey but she’s only two years out from her fiance dying and I just really feel for her, remembering how terrible I felt two years after Stef … Continue reading

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Happy Friday!  Oh come on, this is getting farcical. Priti Patel held undisclosed meetings in Israel.  Then she was forced to resign, I would have sacked her. Also Theresa May should just say sod it and start sacking people who don’t/can’t/won’t … Continue reading

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Happy Friday! I’m a relationship virgin. I’ve been in relationships but not for about 10 years, so although this doesn’t mirror my experience, I really understand it. Also the TED talk by Bella DePaulo is fab. Fifty years on, the … Continue reading

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