Monthly Archives: July 2011

‘So Mommy can buy me TOYS!’

I was walking to the shops to get milk and mail a letter. I tend to shop once a week when Himself is away on his usual one or two night away London/Europe office jaunts and the Passat is mine … Continue reading

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Just like a man

Or maybe just like an accountant? When I said I would bake for an in-house charity bake sale for The Bank, I wasn’t expecting things to pan out QUITE the way they have. I’m not having trouble with my assignment … Continue reading

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Sorted. Sort of.

I’ve been to see one of my backstage buddies about the little problem with these: I brought these pictures to show him just what the problem is.  We kibitzed. The plan is to dig out all the broken off staples, fill … Continue reading

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Some people

sketch out where to put steps in their garden and some of us mock up steps with breeze (cinder) blocks. ‘Cause that’s so much easier…. Massive amounts of rain and hail this afternoon and evening mean I won’t be working … Continue reading

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Once begun:

half done. Or so I have heard a fair few older Scots say over the years. Oi. I wish. The part on which you kneel is going to have the same size St. Clair cross as the kneelers that the … Continue reading

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There and back again

Today we have been home from Hong Kong as long as we were there. To celebrate I had dragon fruit for my breakfast. (You’d get six or eight in HK for the price I paid…). I miss: Being able to … Continue reading

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