Family

Enervating. What a great word that is!

9 January 2013 Family

I’d not heard of the word Enervating until tonight, but when I found it in a review of photo sharing websites and looked up its meaning I realised what a great word it is. All I’d been trying to do is work out a simple way to share some of my photos from my laptop […]

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2 questions I really hate hearing

9 January 2013 Family

There are 2 questions I really hate hearing and they kinda come together every year: What would you like for Christmas? What are you doing on New Year’s Eve? Seasonally the former arrives in our house from around mid-November onwards. And the answer is almost always: “I don’t know!” What use is that as an […]

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Just an average day for a dog

5 January 2013 Family

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Progress comes at a Price

31 December 2012 Family

Sometimes progress comes at a price. When the British armies of yesteryear replaced their Longbows with Crossbows their rate of fire fell from around 30 arrows a minute to one every minute. The range of course was improved, but the volume was significantly reduced. It was however seen as progress. Nowadays, the cost of progress […]

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Why does Christmas start so early these days?

30 November 2012 Family

Do you love Christmas? Are you one of those people who get their presents bought in October, the cards written in November and the 10 foot tree up and decorated by the first week of December? Or are you like me and many others I know who just wish the whole thing would start when […]

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What a difference a day makes

9 August 2012 Family

Mari in the evening sun in Aberaeron

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The Last Dog Walk of 2011

31 December 2011 Family

We’ve just got back from the park, Ben and me that is, and whilst watching him sniff his way around it struck me that this was the last walk for us for 2011. I do the morning walk and one of my sons does the afternoon walk (most days that is) so on reflection that’s […]

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