Tag Archives: Photos

Marmite for the Soul

This truly is a meadow in an old fashioned sense; rarely seen these days with clover and harebells et al. Although rarely seen, I am treated to this view of beauty from my kitchen door. Today it was therapeutic ‘marmite … Continue reading

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Je Reviens

Well, I seriously hope entering an assignment written in satire pays off! That concludes all the assignments for this academic year. Sometimes when writing, I feel like my brain is being sucked down a tube and cannot take any other … Continue reading

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Autumn Mixtures

“Oh, do we have a brain?”  the youngest suddenly asked me, in the middle of the final chapter of Winnie the Pooh.  And so I diverted my  reading to have a little six-year-old-can-comprehend biology lesson. This led to more discussion … Continue reading

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Tuesday, Wednesday and a Story

I’ve stopped the youngest having riding lessons for the winter.  She’s doing really well but I felt that we’re neglecting our own dear equine.  With the short winter days around the corner, I reckoned more time needed to be made … Continue reading

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Porthdinllaen – Episode 1

I still have sand in my trouser pockets and am working my way through the washing after a relaxing few days, rock pooling, crab lining, cricket playing, paddling, walking and watching the waves.  Last night, when I closed my eyes … Continue reading

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We Return

We return to school, to routine and I to more regular blogging.  Well we’ll see about that!  But as it’s one of those exceptionally windy nights that blows our little cottage right into the back drop of the hill it … 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.  Here 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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