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Today marks the entry into the second half-century of my time on the planet. Funny, but somehow having given no thought whatsoever to it before today, I find myself feeling that it is some kind of threshold. More so than... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2021 at Domesticali
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Not the first thing that springs to mind when you picture sophisticated dining is it? The jacket potato? Though personally, I always do feel they have an air of luxury about them. Which might be down to the fact that... Continue reading
Posted Sep 18, 2021 at Domesticali
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If you have heard the sound before, the noise that the burners of a hot air balloon make is unmistakeable. And whenever I hear it I run outside to look heavenward and wave. They probably don't see - I'm sure... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2021 at Domesticali
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Scenes from my evening walk to share with you today. At the moment I feel very grateful to be living in our village - fewer people, plenty of access to open spaces and a solid sense of community. They all... Continue reading
Posted Mar 26, 2020 at Domesticali
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If you asked me where in the house I am happiest, the answer would always be in the kitchen - it's my lair, my domain, where I can be king of all I survey. And it is also the place... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2020 at Domesticali
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The thing about extraordinary times is so often, the days within them have an air of ordinariness. And so I find it during this Coronavirus event. As a family, we have been hunkered down for about a week now. Not... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2020 at Domesticali
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Sometimes, we get out of the habit of doing things - it's not that we don't like them any more, it's just that life is a busy place and sometimes other things take priority. And so it has been with... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2019 at Domesticali
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Ready for another tale from my in-box? Here it is. An email from Waitrose. Now before we start, can I just say how much I adore Waitrose. I go there pretty much every single day. Partly because I have two... Continue reading
Posted Nov 14, 2018 at Domesticali
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There was an email in my inbox this morning from Flickr. Change is coming. Charges for over a thousand photographs. I've been part of Flickr since 2006, but I only upload there selectively - I haven't put a photo on... Continue reading
Posted Nov 13, 2018 at Domesticali
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This afternoon, I spent a happy half hour setting up a blog for a new friend. She is heading off on an adventure to faraway places, but didn't want to broadcast her absence by sharing photos on Facebook. And what... Continue reading
Posted Nov 9, 2018 at Domesticali
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Jun 26, 2018
I'm pleased you're embracing the random. And at least taking pictures of what you draw before you recycle them!! Perhaps you should sprinkle them randomly about your neighbourhood - like found lists, but better - I'd be so thrilled to come across a piece of artwork someplace unexpected.
It must be something in the air, but this Christmas the teenagers (mine and my brother's) seemed to decide on mass to hang out with us oldies. It was entertaining company for sure. Long may it last!
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2017 on back to familiar routines at Little Cotton Rabbits
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You know already that I love it - and you can never have enough mittens, in my book!
Our sad tree needs to go too. Kids are off till Monday though and I'm still in holiday slump, so nothing is getting done. On the plus side, reading is happening!
Toggle Commented Jan 3, 2017 on - 1 - Happy New Year at {quilt} while you're ahead
You are good. I can't even seem to get out of my warm pit to kick the eldest out of his to commence yet more revision. I am pig sick of revision and I haven't even had to do it. Poor child. It has meant we have not strayed too far from home or done anything at all exciting in case he feels he is missing out. I've embraced sloth rather embarrassingly enthusiastically - it has been lovely (on the whole)!
Toggle Commented Jan 2, 2017 on *122* at {quilt} while you're ahead
Happy New Year Julie - I'm ready to begin and feeling enthused by the possibilities of this year.
Toggle Commented Jan 2, 2017 on Happy New Year! at Little Cotton Rabbits
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I have a feeling that your space will be the birthplace of many more wonderful things, Megan. Enjoy x
Toggle Commented Jan 1, 2017 on being here (happy New Year) at the scent of water
I have a feeling Amy is going to have the best half term week of all! What beautiful moments you captured this week, Julie. Hope next week brings plenty too. Perhaps being different is what makes them special.
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2016 on February days at Little Cotton Rabbits
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Your home has such an air of tranquility about it Julie! I resolved to drink more water and work on my tennis goals - mixed success, but I'm still trying with both and that, to me, seems the most important thing.
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2016 on Sorting at Little Cotton Rabbits
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That orange one is scary! I still mourn the gloves I lost with the silver fingertips that let me use my phone without taking them off. Think I left them in a shop....
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2016 on *10**2016 at {quilt} while you're ahead
I have sewn a loop on mine (through the handle) clearly stamped with the word FABRIC in big black letters. Woe betide anyone who uses them for other things....
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2016 on *9**2016 at {quilt} while you're ahead
That was a glorious walk - I feel like I came with you
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2016 on frosty morning at Little Cotton Rabbits
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1. You are awesome 2. What sadistic teacher sets that as homework? 3. Can we be fitbit friends?
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2016 on *6**2016 at {quilt} while you're ahead
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The night was destined to be a good one. I had rushed about far too much in the preceding days and had in mind, a better quality of evening. With one child down (in France, on a school trip) the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2015 at Domesticali
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