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Today’s theme is animals, and the last time this one was used was January 17th 2017, which happened to be Maggie’s birthday! Dogs are very much a part of my life, and Maggie at 15, is the oldest I have … Continue reading
Frank has given us the theme of Travel today for his photo challenge. I’ve never liked to travel anywhere on my own, always afraid I’d get lost, miss my stop on the bus/train etc, so going to NZ on my … Continue reading
For Frank’s challenge this week, I’m going with a picture of the dawn This was taken in July 2018. and this on August 5th 2018. As each day dawns, it is always different. Whatever our hopes are for the day, … Continue reading
My apologies for repeating photos in yesterday’s post, but they do fit in with Frank’s theme in an obtuse sort of way. These are two 1000 jigsaw puzzles we have completed. The one on the left is hanging in our … Continue reading
These week Frank has given us the them of spread. Ha! First thing I thought of was Marmite. Hubby and I are your original Love it and Hate it couple. I can’t stand the smell of the stuff let alone … Continue reading
If there is one thing budding musicians hate to practice, it has to be scales. I could never get my fingers to manipulate themselves the way to achieve ease of play, and though I know my notes, I couldn’t tell … Continue reading
They say that one man’s junk is another man’s treasure. We found that at car boot sales. When we were selling the cottage, we wanted to revamp our kitchen and also increase the height of the front fence, but didn’t … Continue reading
Frank gives us the theme of Yard this week. Here in the UK, our back yard is also referred to as a garden, especially if it has grass in it. Our garden was dull and as uninteresting as a field … Continue reading
Oh wow, this should be right up my street being a retired number cruncher and all! Numbers were my forte at work, give me a list of them and I’d balance them twenty different ways, which as it turned out … Continue reading
Frank’s theme this week is ‘action’. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/43011194/posts/2585334379 When Maggie was a pup, she was manic in wanting to explore everywhere and chase anything that moved. Her curiosity was encouraged, that inquisitive nose of hers checking things out tentatively. She would … Continue reading