Family history … digging up graves!

Firstly, may I just warn you if you are highly religious or not very forgiving, you may not want to read this, it does involve a church, giggles and total ignorance on my part. I apologise in advance, please don’t judge me, we are who we are! Many years ago I started researching my family […]

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DAY 358 (Take Cover!!)

Oh dear, well it’s now 4:30 a.m. I’ve been awake for an hour!! If any of my friends is haveing trouble sleeping and reads this now – please don’t ring me….it’ll wake the man and the dog and then I’ll be in BIG trouble (they need their beauty sleep) but please send me an email!!! And what […]

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DAY 255 (Bicycle, Bicycle, Bicycle!)

Just before the Olympics came to town, I noticed these little beauties dotted around the area,  they are placed on some of the round-a-bouts, which during normal times are very busy. I must admit I nearly crashed the car the first time I spied them out of the corner of my eye! Today I decided […]

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DAY 165 (Richmond Park and Isabella Plantation)

As I told you I’ve had a couple of lovely days being a tourist.  These are photos taken on our trip to Richmond Park, it’s amazing, as you stand in the park you can see London in the very close distance!! Within in the park is The Isabella Plantation, a riot of Azaleas and Rhododendrons […]

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DAY 136 (Evidence of the drought!)

Right so by now you are all aware that the UK is slap bang in the middle of a drought…well here are some photos to demostrate the dry, scorched land that we are currently having to endure…as you can see my lawn is really suffering!! And as a result the local wildlife are suffering… I […]

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DAY 52 (Growing Old is Inevitable, Growing Up is Optional)

  Hi Everyone…..I’m back…bet it’s been quiet without me eh? Well I’ve had the most fabulous time in France with my two sisters but I’ve come back with a sore throat, a camera full of photos and a limp!! (All will be explained later!!) The weather was incredibly cold and the wind was bitter but […]

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