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Tag Archives: change
Michael is our host for the Tale Weaver challenge, but is sadly hanging up his hat and passing it on. I am not a fan of change. WP is the classic example of fixing something that ain’t broke and now … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what happens after you sell a property? Did it ever occur to you what the new owners might do? Would you actually want to buy it back? I don’t know how it came about, but Hubby … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking (I know, that could be dangerous) about my blog and whether or not to make any content changes. I enjoy doing the photo/picture prompts and some of the word challenges too, as the different viewpoints and interpretations … Continue reading
Hubby took the dog out for her penultimate wee last night and was gone well over an hour. I knew what happened, or rather ‘Who’. When we first arrived on the marina, we knew no-one and nothing about living on … Continue reading
I’ve been experimenting in the kitchen this week, and apart from my bread pudding and greengage and blackberry crumble (even if greengages are not speed fruit 😦 ) I have found a way to use up the crumbs from savoury … Continue reading
I did a post some time ago about how transient the boating life is, and regular readers will know that we are no longer a part of it now. The couple mentioned in that post have now found a buyer … Continue reading
Hubby and I walked the dog up to the market this morning. What would normally have taken us about twenty minutes took three quarters of an hour. This is a friendly town and our faces seem to be well known. … Continue reading
We were invited out to lunch today by some boating friends across the way who live locally. We arrived bang on 12.30 armed with a bottle of red wine, flowers and chocolates for our hosts who live in a converted … Continue reading
Hubby and I gave up planning anything years ago as it always went belly up. With so much going on just now, it became obvious that we would need a plan, as it is not so much a question of … Continue reading