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come closer

At first sight, some things are all curvy, soft and dreamy, the sort of soft focus look used for attractive women on the early episodes of… 69 more words

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earth day

When I posted about the Queen’s birthday a few hours ago, I had forgotten that today was Earth Day.

Having now remembered, I think perhaps this poem and pictures would have been more appropriate, so this weekend we’ll have an additional post. 68 more words

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celebratory

According to the news, the Queen celebrated her 91st birthday yesterday by going to Newbury races.

As far as I can ascertain, there was no special monarch’s trophy awarded or race run to mark either the Queen’s birthday or her presence at the event; even so, it’s as good a reason as any for starting this post with a photo of a magnificent golden kingcup. 523 more words

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This Week’s Movies: April 21, 2017 by MEG FELLING and ROBIN LINDSAY


By MEG FELLING and ROBIN LINDSAY

The New York Times film critics review “Unforgettable,” “The Promise” and “The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki.” 19 more words

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This Week’s Movies: April 21, 2017 by MEG FELLING and ROBIN LINDSAY


By MEG FELLING and ROBIN LINDSAY

The New York Times film critics review “Unforgettable,” “The Promise” and “The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki.” 19 more words

Movies

With a Hollywood Writers’ Strike Looming, Here’s What to Know

On Wednesday, TV and movie writers will begin voting on whether to authorize a walkout, which could occur on May 2. Health care is a major issue. 16 more words

a lack of chocolate

Yesterday’s post looked at a few of the different aspects of Easter and prompted a comment about the goddess Eostre, who may or may not have been an invention of the eight century monk, the Venerable Bede. 280 more words

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