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I Bet Princess Kate Doesn't Have to Deal With Dirty Gutters

I got back from Naples, Italy very late last Wednesday and I’m suffering from carb withdrawals. A pasta depression, if you will.

For example, when I walk downstairs for breakfast in the mornings now, there is no artful display of delicious Italian pastries and nobody brings me a frothy cappuccino. 514 more words


Performances and pubs

So, four performances this week, three of The Angel Gabriel and one of A Sad Carol For These Distracted Tymes.  I was present for two of these, and all was well, reactions from singers and listeners decent.  495 more words



I read the headline of an article on how documenting your day helps maintain your memory. I didn’t read it nor will I link to it for a couple of reasons. 732 more words

Domestic Bliss

Tipping points

Today has felt like the first day since the move and all the packing before it when I have been able to sit down and have a proper morning’s writing and not have to deal with something house-related.  464 more words


Everything and nothing

I feel like I’ve done everything but still done nothing in the last month or so.

I don’t think I’ve finished anything yarn related. My spinning wheel still isn’t set up although I have bought fibre for it. 483 more words

Real Life

Finished items, but not that kind...

So, you know how last time I was getting a bit cocky, saying how quick my knitting was and that I’d soon have another finished item? 287 more words

Onwards, ever onwards

The London University Church Choir, directed by Sally Martin-Brown, performed The Lord Is My Light at their Advent Carol Service on Sunday evening, thus kicking off not only the pre-Christmas season, but also the festive appearances of various of my pieces.  374 more words