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Words of Wisdom....

“I am sorry.  I was wrong.  I don’t know.   I need help.”   Louise Penny’s latest novel,  The Long Way Home is her latest masterpiece and a source of continual inspiration to me.  217 more words

Still Life by Louise Penny

A good friend gave me this book. I had not read any Louise Penny but I probably will read more.

Genre: Murder mystery, 293 pages of very small type (my paperback edition), published in 2007, 1st Armand Gamache mystery… 294 more words


On the Menu: Celeriffic Chickpea Salad with Cranberries

This week I begin a new job that has everything going for it, including great colleagues, beautiful setting, and a spacious yet cozy office. The one major adjustment I have to make is planning to pack a lunch. 537 more words



We are busy at the moment.

My Other Half is sorting glass and I am indulging in a feast of books.

It is the Carnival Glass Society AGM at the weekend in Market Harborough and he is filling a few boxes of treasures he wants to take to show off and even maybe sell.  363 more words

And it's here

At last the weekend! All I could think of this morning was how much my feet ached and hurt, even after an extremely good night’s rest. 483 more words


The Long Way Home

Whenever I get a new Louise Penny book in my hands, I make a giant mug of tea and park myself on the sofa to be transported to the small village of Three Pines and the collection of eclectic residents living there to heal, hide or create. 209 more words


Ovenbird's First Flight: No-Cook Chia Pudding

For some time now I’ve been toying with the idea of a plant-based food blog. I already write (fitfully) a blog about, well, stuff, but mainly about writing and nature, called… 849 more words