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Our Peggy......

There’s something nostalgic and cozy about our little Peggy. I bought her in a shop in Bridport, Dorset when our Sausage was tiny. She’s made of felt and old blankets and a little research on Pinterest discovered her maker as a Dorset Gal, … 69 more words

Scrambled Randoms

New digs

It’s kind of a spidery house. And we have no curtains yet, which, coupled with the daily parade of construction workers going past, has meant I’ve had to stop flouncing around in my underwear in the mornings. 204 more words

Domestic Bliss

Guest post - Mums garden

My parents are moving house for the second time in my life. And while it’s a good move and a necessary one, it does mean that Mum loses her garden that she’s spent 15 years pottering around in. 162 more words

Real Life


Having spent hours and hours and hours traversing the country upon my trusty fifteen year old steed (Toyota Avensis 1.8 GLS) I have finally arrived at my summer hideaway, a place different from the past three years but still tucked away and hidden and, unlike the former place, quiet.  354 more words


Miles and miles

A long day yesterday, across the country and back again pursuing a couple of projects which are only loosely related to music and which I hope to be able to expand upon in due course.  506 more words


#ShEli2013 The Honeymoon: Cantabria and Asturias

We made several stops during the honeymoon in Spain; our first after Majorca was in the north of Spain. We landed in Santander, and drove through Cantabria to Asturias. 278 more words

Domestic Bliss

Rough and ready

It was an interesting rehearsal with the Malcolm Sargent Festival Choir last night, one where all the stars appear to be misaligned.  Strangely the easy stuff seemed to go awry with ease, while the difficult things – by which I mean my piece – seemed to tick along very nicely indeed.  294 more words