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Tag Archives: pastimes
Hubby and I both like doing Suduko puzzles, so it came as no surprise that this was one of the rare £10 dash duplications in 32 Christmases together. Image: Free from google The number of puzzles vary per book, but … Continue reading
I’ve lost a day as I keep thinking it’s Sunday. Sundays bring in several challenges, and today has been, shall we say, a little quiet. To be honest, I’ve made an effort to do something different today as I felt … Continue reading
It’s Tuesday, so Frank sets us the Truthful Tuesday poser. https://pcguyiv.wordpress.com/2020/12/01/truthful-tuesday-december-1st-2020/ The Question With the exception of blogging (assuming it’s a hobby and not your profession), do you have any unique hobbies or pastimes? I don’t know if you’d class … Continue reading
Hubby and I did something tonight we haven’t done for well over a year. We talk all the time, so it wasn’t that, however, the last time we did this, we didn’t enjoy it. The pleasure had gone, and it … Continue reading
For once, the weather guys were spot on and the forecast we watched in the hospital waiting room yesterday has come to fruition. IT IS CHUCKING IT DOWN! The day is like nobody’s turned the sun on, dark and dismal, … Continue reading
I have always enjoyed doing jigsaw puzzles and since coming here, there is always one if not two on the go. MSM then wraps and secures them in cellophane for charity so that buyers can see how big the end … Continue reading