Tag Archives: History

Of Salt, Driving, Finding North, Rings and Things

I’m supposed to be writing an essay that in six years time will have contributed to helping me gain another degree, but I’m just pausing for thought to reflect on the slightly more unusual events of recent days. Daddy quizzed … Continue reading

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After doing a project, yesterday, on ‘Scriveners and the Development of The Printing Press’ (a good excuse to start reading Cynthia Harnett’s “A Load of Unicorn” together), looking at illuminated letters and calligraphy, we had a go at embroidering some … Continue reading

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Introducing Adam

We’re not too sure what Adam’s story is and we’re looking after him until we find out more about him. ┬áHere he is: “Hello, Adam!” I’m slightly concerned by how often I find my husband and youngest daughter talking to … Continue reading

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