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Tag Archives: prices
The plan was to get into town early before the rush, so we left home at 7.45, stopping off for a potty break for Maggie. We arrived at our first shop at 8.20. Plenty of places to park, no queues … Continue reading
We collected my new glasses today, and it was lovely to have clearer vision the minute I put them on! However, I was not wearing them when we went shopping, but that didn’t stop me noticing a few things. We … Continue reading
The town has two markets every week, one on a Wednesday and the other on Saturday. We’ve noticed that the mid-week one has been reducing over the past few months, though it seems to be meat and veg days as … Continue reading
Hubby says not to push my luck trying to do too much too soon as regards exercising my knee. He should know, he has been suffering for years, and knows just how easy it is to overdo things and put … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that I did my post on this subject a year ago. It’s a Bank Holiday weekend here in the UK, the town is packed, and the High Street closed making way for the market stalls selling … Continue reading
We are still here with our Friend. It is a slow process of getting him on his feet, and another emergency visit to the hospital (and discharge AGAIN) did not help. We feel however perhaps we have turned a corner … Continue reading
According to the media here in the UK, food prices have gone down and as such have assisted in reducing our inflation to 0.5 % in January. It’s an Election Year. The figures have to be low/look good so that … Continue reading