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This week on The Daily Post our photo challenge was “Satisfaction”, and I think after this little ant has had his fill of the jam I put on the bin for him, he will definitely feel satisfaction. He and his buddies were roaming about across the garden waste bin, obviously looking for something to eat, or to take back to the nest, so back to the kitchen for a blob of jam, and then to… Read More

Today our new high-speed router arrived. Knowing how many items I have attached to our old router I was rolling my eyes at the thought of having to add all 27 devices, however, I had read an article last night regarding routers, and that changing the SSID and the password on the new router to the old details it will auto connect to all the existing devices. With this new knowledge, I… Read More

Growing up in the country there were many smells/fragrances about, from livestock to equine to rapeseed, but there are other smells that also take me back in time. The smell of an outboard motor reminds me of a holiday when I was about 10 in my uncle’s speedboat, fishing in the North Atlantic. Lavender, scones, evaporated milk, streaky bacon all remind me of being in my maternal Nans kitchen, apricot brandy and… Read More

I love gothic/Victorian clothing, I always have, and luckily enough, they seem to suit me. However, there is one sweater that I would love to make myself, and it is this one modelled by Josh Hartnett as Ethan Chandler in Penny Dreadful season two. I love the simplicity of it, the colour and the detail of the shoulder closing. It is simple and yet divine. If anyone knows of a knitting pattern that… Read More

We upgraded our broadband about a year ago from 12mbps to 40mbpb fibre. After adding so much onto our system lately in the form of Amazon Dots, Hue lighting, Echos, Ring and much much more I thought it was time to increase the speed of the system as there was an offer with our ISP, double our speed for an extra £5 a month, so it seemed silly not to go for… Read More

I set myself a challenge to read 4 books by the end of the month, 2 down and 2 to go, and a little behind, but life is like that. The latest completed book was Paul O’Grady “Open the Cage, Murphy”. This is the 4th of his biographies and is set in the rise of Lily Savage, his drag act, from Liverpool to London. I found it a really entertaining book full… Read More

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One woman's journey from cupcake connoisseur to fitness aficionado . . . one step, one stumble, and one calorie at a time.

From the Mind of the Wol Harpy

For the Love of All Things Yarn

SindrElf

Geeky Blogger

Pointless Overthinking

Understanding myself and the world I live in.

Sharing The Dream

Anglesey Farm outbuilding renovation to Holiday Home

Double Pi

Fashion Design Creativity

Festival for HORROR

Showcasing the BEST OF HORROR FILMS, SCREENPLAYS, AND STORIES

A X X I D E N T A L

Art | Music | Fashion | Fringe Culture

Wildlife Pirate

Birds, Animals, the Occasional Dash of Whimsy and lots of Pictures.