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- 139 - apple cake

Not an apple pie, not an apple tart… just a simple, old fashioned apple cake.

Delicious.

In my old and tattered cookery book there’s the copy of an email that my mother sent me on Nov 18, 2000.   320 more words

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- 138 - giant knitting

I’m probably the last person to jump on the giant knitting bandwagon… but better late than never, right?  I’ve always admired the oversized wool from afar but it was only when I saw one first hand at… 253 more words

Knitting

- 137 - hydrangea wreath

I love wreaths on doors.  I love how they make doors more friendly, how they mark the change of the seasons or express the personality of the owners or simply make things prettier. 307 more words

Boys

- 134 - postcards from Tuscany

I’m writing this wearing a huge wool cardigan and looking at the grey sky through the kitchen window.  We arrived back home yesterday afternoon… under the rain… and whilst for a split second the fresh air was welcome after the torrid heat of Italy, the novelty factor soon wore off. 274 more words

Travels

- 122 - a trip to the reclamation yard

Who doesn’t love a good reclamation yard?

When Mr M dragged my out of bed this morning to keep him company I might have winged a little (in my excuse I was hungry… I’m never good before breakfast). 122 more words

Life For A While

One Of The Strippers Drake Tried To 'Retire' Went On A Rant About His Judgmental Past

Drake retired Lira, Miracle & Maliah jerseys @ the strip club during HAW weekend …that's sooo Drake lol …gotta love this guy😭 pic.twitter.com/TEFhsUrHRd

— Trev aka TrevVanzant (@TheTTT333) …

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RealTalk

- 78 - summer snood

… I realise it sounds a little bit “oxymoronish”… but if you do live in England you understand… right?

“Summer” is often an “idea” more than reality… which is ok, there are other benefits… like you never wear out your sandals for example (they last for years….), and sometimes you do need a light snood to shelter your neck from the Arctic winds that seem to blow everytime you’re at a cricket match (which in my case is 3 or 4 days of the week.   75 more words

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