Monthly Archives: April 2011

I won!

A few days ago I was browsing through my blog favourites and discovered that on  The Yvestown blog there was a give away. Now I don’t win things, I just don’t, but I liked the poster on offer and as I only … Continue reading

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Being Creative – Dessert

After I joined the Being Creative group I realised that that meant I had to do something about it! The subject for April is dessert. Yum, this opened up lots of possibilities, most of which would probably have been eaten before they … Continue reading

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Spring is here – you can smell it

If only this was a smelloblog, smellyblog, pongyblog or whatever the word might be. It’s way too early for lots of things to be flowering, but they are and outside smells beautiful, all lilac and lily of the valley. The colours … Continue reading

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London Marathon – bonne chance David and Martin

When my (step) daughter Ellen had her first baby William two years ago (boy does that make me feel old!) there were complications. William was deprived of oxygen at birth and spent the first month of his little life in … Continue reading

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What I’ve been making recently

So, I thought maybe you’d like to see what I’ve been making recently. Apart from the bags below I’ve also made some little crochet bits but that’s for another time. I made this out of some linen/cotton mix curtains from … Continue reading

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Milly and Molly and Matthew and Fleur

Once upon a time two dwarf goats, Matthew and Fleur lived in a big enclosure – They had a lovely shed to live in and masses to eat – One day, a couple of days ago, they discovered two new young … Continue reading

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In the garden

Things are definitely growing in the garden, the garlic is well and truly up and growing away, the potatoes and onions are in, tomatoes and salad in the polytunnel. And then there are the dandelions (‘pis au lit’ as they are … Continue reading

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