Monthly Archives: Sep 2018

Inspired by Lost Words and Autumn Art this weekend

I’ve made the most of the autumn leaves, the sky, the smell this weekend, by visiting 2 of my favourite places, to experience 2 very different things. On Friday I went to Hulme Community Garden Centre to watch Lost Words, … Continue reading

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All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey……

I really love autumn, with the lovely fresh, crisp mornings and the beautiful jewel like colours of the leaves falling from the trees. It’s also a time to reap the rewards of your garden and celebrate all the effort that … Continue reading

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Happy first ‘we gotcha you’ day to my best Buddy

Exactly one year today, we got in the car and set off north to pick up our gorgeous little Cypriot rescue dog, Buddy. Weighing in at a skinny 8kg, he sat on mine and Grandma’s knee all the way home … Continue reading

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What a wonderful world

I’ve had the most amazing summer holidays, I’m almost sad that they are drawing to a close. I’ve been singing the Louis Armstrong track, ‘What a Wonderful World’ all summer, so I rewrote the words to reflect some of the … Continue reading

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