Monthly Archives: October 2010

Keeping up appearances

In case any of you are interested I what she looks like I have found a nice up to date photo of Elinor.  Gwen

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The economy way to further your literary knowledge

Not so long ago I came to the full realisation that there are charity shops all over the place and that they are full of good cheap books. Pictured here are just a few I have bought that all came … Continue reading

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Some like it cold…

I like winter. I mean summer is nice but let’s face it, in England we spend more time and  energy being disappointed and grumpy about sunshine that doesn’t materialise than we do enjoying it when actually I when it does. … Continue reading

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Ignore me I’m having a rant.

Why is it that in philosphy there is no one who will just give you pros and cons of a philosophical argument? My teacher takes great delight in glossing over the arguments against, and yet expends great energy dropping books … Continue reading

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Ultrasound on eyes…

No, I am not barking up the wrong tree, I have just had an ultrasound on the old sights. It’s a weird experience. It is rather like a normal ultrasound there is a very cold gel and the ultrasound scanner. You … Continue reading

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Some nice Teatimey pictures

Gwen

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Enjoy tea responsibly

This is a copy of a document I wrote for Elinor’s benefit when i gave her a thermos mug. You too would be wise to follow the advise. •Do not attempt to drink on a moving bus, jerky movements may … Continue reading

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Hardcore bakers look away now, it’s a microwave cake

On Sunday we were in dire need of a cake but the oven was full of roast dinner, so here’s what I did. I mixed together 200g of butter, sugar and flour and an egg. Then I added a little … Continue reading

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