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Monday 1st June 2020 - Live colourfully

After thinking ‘white rabbits, white rabbits, white rabbits’ three times in a row early this morning I saw a religious post on Facebook that read “Laundry is the only thing that should be separated by color.” It made me think about colour and the impact it has on our lives and Him Indoors odd coloured trainer sock. 1,009 more words

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Wildflower of the Week: Red campion.

It’s impossible to miss the tall clumps of pink-red flowers of red campion that are growing in profusion in hedgerows and woods at the moment and will continue to do so until August and well into Autumn and Winter if the weather is mild. 475 more words

Sunday 31st May 2020 - Fade to Grey

Most of this weekend has been spent pottering and doing jobs around the house and garden. Nothing really exciting, all a bit dull and grey, so if you are short on time you can be forgiven for skipping today’s read. 1,286 more words

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Investigating the Prudhoe Spetchells

For a long time, I have read with envy the blog posts of others who have visited the Prudhoe Spetchells yet, shamefully, have never found the time to visit myself; though this all changed a fortnight past. 720 more words

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Northumberland

We were meant to be heading off on holiday on Friday, which is now not happening for obvious reasons, so I thought I would look back on our most recent trip away which was to Northumberland at the close of 2019. 1,827 more words

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Saturday 30th May 2020 - Beauty and the breast

Have you ever stood on a nipple before? No? We have but unfortunately not for sometime. Another place that we had planned to revisit this year, which is just down the road, Northumberlandia – the Lady of the North. 1,083 more words

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