Monthly Archives: March 2012

sunshine and grey skies

What a gloriously sunshiney week it’s been here! I’d almost forgotten it was ever not sunny – which meant this morning’s grey skies came as rather a surprise. Still, it’s the weekend, and that means two whole days of idle … Continue reading

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does this really count as work?

When I got up yesterday morning, the sunlight streaming into the living room was utterly enchanting. It wasn’t quite warm enough to sit outside, but that little corner of the sofa? A haven of sunshiney goodness. When it was time … Continue reading

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saturday buttling

Fancy a little stroll through my Saturday? Oh, go on, it’s been ever such a lovely day, I’d love to share it with you… It started with a dash to the post office, and a quick detour to the Country … Continue reading

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for today…

Outside my window… the mist has lifted and I can see the stars I am thinking… about how to turn an old door into a compost bin. ¬†You’d think it’d be easy… I am thankful… for a week of good … Continue reading

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conscious living in march

  All of a sudden, here we are at the end of the third weekend of the month, again! This year is just flying by, it really is. And it’s time for another update on my plan to live a … Continue reading

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skiving at the seaside

I do so much love the seaside.

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spring in the air

We’ve had some glorious days round this way this week (in between bouts of showery downpours, of course). It’s been hard to concentrate on working in my little attic when I know there’s a view like this just out of … Continue reading

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