Monthly Archives: March 2011

Spring has Sprung

Spring has spring. Hallelujah! I couldn’t resist showing you a few pictures from the Welsh garden,compliments of the season. And in case you’re wondering, I havn’t given up on The Book.In fact I’ve started it. But it’s so hard keeping out of the … Continue reading

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… and right here is where you start paying..

  Have you ever had a dream? Something that you are almost too scared of doing in case it doesn’t work out, and you care too much, or in case it does work out and Then What?! I was around … Continue reading

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1 today!

This blog is one years old . Woo Hoooo! I’m not sure if it’s the correct exactly-a-year-ago-to-the-day date or anything; in fact it probably isn’t – but around about a year ago today I posted the very first In A Welsh … Continue reading

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And The Eastern Bloc Kitchen of the Year Award goes to …..

I’d like you to meet our cooker.  His name’s Bernard.   Hang on I’d better stop right there. That’s going a bit far, even for me.   We do have a cooker but we don’t call it Bernard. Nope, not even here, … Continue reading

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Authors for Japan

Somebody that I know from my Twitter Life has done something amazing. That somebody is the lovely @Keris, and you can see what she has created if you click on the Authors For Japan widget. Please support it if you can. … Continue reading

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There’s a worm at the bottom of the garden

There are lots of worms at the bottom of our garden. We also have Darleks.   Today we checked out what the D & D Partnership had yielded – take a look at this beautiful stuff… Three years in the making… and look … Continue reading

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