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Sundays have always been a bit of a catchup day for me, but lately, I have not got round to catching up with anything, especially blogs and emails.¬† I have over 2000 emails to go through and I am sure thousands of posts that you lot have been writing over the last few months. So, today, I am getting out my virtual time machine and going back and reading what has been… Read More

Christmas was nice, but, as we all know, there was something missing, that being our beloved dog Lilu.¬† Christmas morning was always full of fun and excitement with her and Harper opening their presents.¬† Indeed Mazikeen did join in, but it was not the same, and I know over time Maz will replace the fun on Christmas day.¬† M and I had bought each other far too many presents, about 40 each.¬†… Read More

Busy, yes, I think that sums up the past 3 weeks.¬† In fact, I could go one further and say bedlam, mmm, yes, I will stick with bedlam. Obviously, the pup has been keeping us on our toes, but we have had so many appointments to fit in including puppy days at the vets, Mazikeen getting her final injections, then back for worming then again for kennel cough vaccination, then Harper with… 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

I have quite literally thousands of books, and this is no exaggeration. ¬†I have been collecting books all my adult life. ¬†I have bought books that I have never read, and may never get to read, but I am determined¬†to try. Inspired by another blogger Chronical Of Ellen, I have decided to list some books that I have to read in the next month, and no crafting (well, I may do a… Read More

I used to blog, and I really do me blog a lot. ¬†From mid 2003 till late 2008 I had my own server, I blogged about everything many many times a day, and I loved it. ¬†But at the end of my blogging days, I had family members criticising me about content that I put on of my civil partnership. ¬†I had not asked any of my siblings to it because we… Read More

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