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Eurovision and the 10 year old

This morning my 10 year old was very excited: “Mum, Eurovision was really great. Did you see any? Who won?”

“I didn’t see it, honey. But…Nobody won yet, only a few countries went on to the final on Saturday” I said. 140 more words

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taking it easy

During the recent week of rain and wind we mostly walked around the Victor Harbor township in the morning and along back country roads in the afternoon. 184 more words

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a fading autumn

Winter is fast closing in. The clear, still, sunny autumn mornings are fast becoming a memory.

We have had a week or so of strong winds, storms, on and off showers throughout the day, lots of cloud cover  and the occasional sunny period. 138 more words

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cruising along

Most of the early morning walks these late autumn days are with Ari and Kayla and are are in and around the Victor Harbor Beach area or along the Hayborough beach. 142 more words

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contained walks

Suzanne and I have started looking for ways in which  one person can walk the three poodles together. It is a question of avoiding the beach where Kayla and Maleko go into their crazy chasing games,  and looking for contained areas that are full of smells so they forget about their mad play.   120 more words

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‘Girl, put your records on…’ sang Corinne Bailey Rae a few years back. I remember reading the kids news page in the newspaper where someone would explain for the newest generations what ‘records’ mean. 131 more words

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Post it

The tourist season has started again. I have always dreamt of running a small hotel, or a pension, entertaining guests, making rooms cosy and having a terrace full with people and music and good food. 198 more words

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