Category Archives: Retirement

Different weeks

I decided this month was going to be a month of catch-ups. With the end of lockdown approaching (we hope…) my time is going to be more in demand and there will be less unallocated time to play with. Back … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 23 (Sunday)

Foggy foggy day. We took our flasks and buns for a walk to the top of a hill to see the view. There was no view (of course), though it gradually revealed itself to us as we sat and chatted … Continue reading

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Seven (good) things on Saturday

Well you know how it goes.  This was going to be a Five on Friday post, but here we are and it’s already Saturday.  But no worries, because there are easily six good things to write about.  And then I … Continue reading

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Just popping by….

Goodness me, I hadn’t realised quite how long it’s been.  Then an email gently told me my friend was “missing the magic”.  Can it really be two months since I last posted?  Apparently it is. In my head I have … Continue reading

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Six (good) things on Sunday (26 August)

I made a small start on getting to grips with my sorely-neglected garden.  Taking a tip from others, I’ve broken it down into bite-sized chunks.  I tackled the terrace, which is immediately outside the kitchen.  I’ve always wanted a clematis … Continue reading

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Vive l’entente cordiale!

Oops!  I thought I had posted this ages ago.  Apparently not.  This was a trip we made in February.  Sorry for the delay.  Also – I’ve run out of space for photos.  Time to get myself in gear and upgrade … Continue reading

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Five good things – and a bonus sixth (and it’s Friday!)

My goodness where DID that time go?  Well, of course I know where it went.  It went in busy-ness and a lovely holiday (more of that to come), and a few crises (not mine, so not mine to share).  But … Continue reading

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A pocket full of Rye

Drawing on what we learnt from our ‘gap year’, we returned to Rye to continue our exploration of a new-to-us part of the country. We stayed at the same lovely b and b where we stayed last year, and visited … Continue reading

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Five (good) things on Friday

I seem to have entered a new (and most welcome) phase of having more energy.  Maybe co-inciding with longer daylight hours.  Roll on the clocks changing later this month….  Here are this week’s Five:  Not applying to do a course. … Continue reading

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Five (good) things on Friday

My goodness, here we are again.  Friday morning. (Okay, I know it’s Saturday now.  But  truly, I wrote this yesterday). Missed a few (again).  Life’s been busy, as ever, but definitely in a good way.  So, here are a few … Continue reading

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