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This week’s #throwbackthursday post is all about taking everything as it comes. Fretting over how something did not pan out as you planned is only a futile attempt at how you can recover from the situation, and make the best of what you have. 276 more words


Saturday night - and I'm working!

Here I am – Saturday night on St Valentine’s Day – and I am working on my computer, sorting through old photos and adding them to ‘Around Camberley Observed’.   59 more words

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Upcoming event - Henley Community Event

This exhibition is an opportunity to share the vision of Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service with the local community, and for local people to come to view the plans, and pictures and to discuss with us the support and services which we will be able to provide. 168 more words


You have a build up of hard wax in your ears said the nurse at the surgery. You need an irrigation! To prepare myself for this intrusion I purchased a dropper as I was informed by the rather florid nurse with the broken capillaries in her cheek that I was to soften the wax by dropping olive oil into my ears night and day for a week before my irrigation. 276 more words

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Day out at Greys Court

We had a lovely day out this weekend, at Greys Court, near Henley-on-Thames. (I haven’t missed out the apostrophe, by the way!)

It’s a National Trust property, so we knew we’d be in for a good cup of tea, and free entrance, thanks to our membership cards. 98 more words

My Favourite Family

As misty my faithful yet crusty cat purrs deeply upon my thigh, her nose dribble gently lengthens until it finally falls onto my clean duvet like a raindrop of snot! 78 more words

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Pleasure & Pain is part and parcel of T'Pau's game - the Carol Decker interview

I’ve had hassle in the past about my vast collection of old football and music magazines, not least when moving to a house with less storage space a decade ago. 3,767 more words