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Shweta is our hostess for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. You can check it out here: Prompt for Week #39 (May 23, 2020 – May 29, 2020) Forever You will always be my Forever Image: Walk to Forever by … Continue reading
It’s Thursday and at 8pm, we were outside applauding and bashing pots. Hubby and I missed the first week, then we were told it was to be a regular thing. The second week there were a lot of us out … Continue reading
Tomorrow is Good Friday, and if things were normal, the town would be heaving with visitors. The park would be full of people walking their dogs en route up to the prom, eating in one of the many cafes, visiting … Continue reading
Welcome to the Sarah’s Saturday Mix, 28 March 2020! Check it out below: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2641807854 This week we are seeing double with ‘Double Take’. The ‘Double Take’ challenge focuses on the use of homophones* to build your writing piece. You have … Continue reading
Listening to the news this morning, seven more have died in Wales, taking their total deaths to 12. Deaths in the UK currently stand at 240 with 5018 confirmed cases so far. The less alarmist figure is that those 5018 … Continue reading
Our friendly mailman has brought us each letters bringing good news and comfort hysterical laughter. Hubby and I have had a pay rise! I cannot contain my excitement and working on ways to spend or save this new wealth. Hubby … Continue reading
Hubby found an interesting recommended shopping list for those having to self isolate for two weeks. From what he read out, most of it were things we either don’t like or never buy and I think it would have made … Continue reading
I haven’t done a major shop yet since the UK left the EU on January 31st, just basic week to week top ups, and to be honest, so far I haven’t seen that much of a change in prices. I … Continue reading
You may remember last year my posts about the lake being drained and cleaned. The bales of hay had been left at one end to soak up the sludge as pushed towards them by the bobcats, though the ducks and … Continue reading