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Andy Murray, din nou nr. 1 in "Highlands", dupa 830 de ani!

Pentru mine, numarul 1 in lume in sport pentru 2016 este Andy Murray, “Officer of the British Empire” (nu va amintiti, nu-i asa, ca a fost innobilat?), primul jucator al planetei la sfarsitul sezonului de tenis 2016, campion olimpic, castigator la Wimbledon, a doua oara, invingator in Turneul Campionilor, corolarul unui an iesit din tipare. 716 more words

New makes: Everyday Skirt #2 + Little Boy top patterns

This post was intended to be an Everyday Skirt / Linden top remakes post, but I managed to spectacularly screw up the Linden neckline (beyond repair I think, sadly), so instead I’ll stick with Everyday Skirt no. 822 more words


FREEEEEDOM!!!! Well...maybe...(Braveheart)

Freedom. A word that is taken for granted in most of the United States. It holds some meaning but not as much as in countries where there is no freedom. 237 more words

Britain in the World

The Liberal Democrats pride themselves on being the most internationalist of Britain’s political parties and a liberal, internationalist voice is going to be needed more than ever as the United Kingdom and several other parts of the world seem to be heading towards narrow nationalism and illiberal tendencies. 246 more words

Crackberry by Bishop Cider Company

Rating: 5/5

Crackberry by Bishop Cider Company is a 6% ABV Hard Apple Cider made with Cranberries and Black Berries.

Just one sip and you’re hooked…
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Anime Beers :P

Scots wha hae. . . . . .Tuesday Travels

I spent my first fifteen years growing up in Scotland but duting that time I never visited the Wallace Monument near Stirling.  That grave omission was rectified when I visited it recently while I was in Scotland. 157 more words


Krav Maga Kids

We had a brilliant night of Krav Maga (self defence) training at The Barony St. John on Thursday evening.

The kids sessions have been christened “Braveheart Krav Maga” to honour the memory of William Wallace and his successful battle to seize Ardrossan Castle from the occupying English garrison in 1297. 64 more words