I know people who have very strict regimes of yoga and exercise. Some also take time out for meditation and journaling as well. I admire them. (You know who you are.) Me? I dip in and out of anything that smacks of “things that you REALLY SHOULD DO.” I have issues with authority and I … More Who’s a Naughty Girl?
…closer to collecting my state pension😁. This is what makes me excited about my birthday, which is today. Also, we are on a holiday near the Welsh border and it’s peaceful and beautiful up here, which makes me feel very grateful.
I love Corey Amaro’s blog, French La Vie. I’ve followed it for years and she never disappoints. I thought you might enjoy it, too on this hot, summer last-day-of-July day. Go take a peek. https://www.frenchlavie.com/tongue_cheek/2020/07/my-entry-3.html# Here are some of my own photos from sultry summer days right here in England. I hope these summer days … More French Summer – English Summer
I somehow missed the whole month of June. Time is taking on a whole other dimension these days and I think this is true for many. AP and I both work from home and even though lockdown measures have lifted, we maintain a similar lifestyle to lockdown with a few socially distanced visits. The above … More Mid July and an English Summer
I had a long conversation with my marketing advisor at Mellowburn Media and she tells me that my blog should be updated at least once a month and that it should contain some of my jewellery work — so O.K. First things first. In an effort to better cope with lockdown measures and the general … More May Update
Back in January – remember way back then? Well, back then I was preoccupied with trying to figure out how to pull myself out of the winter doldrums and how to move forward after an overwhelming and disappointing conservative election victory. I knew then that we were in for a whole heap of hurt as … More Are You OK?
These words were found on Twitter and brought to my attention by a dear friend. It was written by Gennifer Hutchison, who was a writer for Breaking Bad. It resonated with me and maybe it will resonate with you, too. Here it goes… “Here’s a thread of some stuff that happens as you get older … More On Getting Older
Trying to beat the winter blues with a trip to Portugal. We invited our friends, Mr and Mrs Redrokit to join us and the four of us knocked it on the head. AP and I had a few extra days in Porto due to inclement weather and we decided that that wasn’t such a bad … More Portugal
Because we were feeling out of sorts after December events – we took ourselves away to the coast. These photos are from Lyme Regis, a town that is notable for the birthplace of Palentologist, Mary Anning (see the film Ammonite), the home of author John Fowles and the setting of the film based on his … More Post Holiday Holiday
The early Christians incorporated the pagan celebration of winter solstice to the celebration of the birth of Christ. The solstice normally falls on the 21st of December and is followed by three days where the sun rises in the same place on the horizon. It is on December 25th that movement of the sun can … More Merry Meet And Bright Blessings