Tag Archives: tradition

Easter Dinner in our house

I checked my cupboards yesterday and noted there were two packs of stuffing on the shelf. Hubby loves his stuffing, whether it’s cooked the traditional way or my dropped pan efforts. I had plenty of frozen veg, yorkshire puddings and … Continue reading

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Film Review: Tanna (2015)

MSM had free tickets to see this tonight and asked if I’d like to go. Although I tentatively looked it up on the internet to make sure I had the right title when I mentioned it in an email to … Continue reading

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Shelf Portrait

Unfortunately, our Bear Hug was reduced more than considerably when we got the boat, and I hope that our bears all found good homes where they are loved and well cared for. I wrote quite a few teddy bear stories … Continue reading

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The Tenner Waltz

Today we did our Ten Pound Dash and Hubby really set me a challenge this year as he asked me not to get him any sweeties. Bang went 50% of my plan, though I refused to break tradition and not … Continue reading

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Never Ending

I have two wedding rings, the original placed on my finger in the Registry Office in 1991 and a larger one purchased for our anniversary in 2003 because I’d put on so much weight and the original was too tight. … Continue reading

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Mental Personal Nudge

I’ve just remembered a DIY breakfast establishment, jostled from the grey matter of my memory by my previous post. Hubby and I were taking a B&B holiday break, traveling round and stopping where we fancied, so we didn’t actually book … Continue reading

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Pat-a pancake

It’s Pancake Day today, or Shrove Tuesday. ‘Shrove’ stems from the old English word ‘shrive’, meaning ‘confess all sins’. Extract from OlneyOnline.com A short history of pancakes in Olney… Olney’s famous race is run every Shrove Tuesday, featuring women who … Continue reading

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