Enjoying the moment

Hi, After the hustle and bustle of the previous weeks, it’s now the Easter Bank Holiday. Clearly I didn’t feel I was busy enough, so I booked a skip to be dropped off. I know, I’m being very middle class. 🙂 After much sweeping, playing keep/throw/maybe, and occasionally some choice language, the conservatory is clear of rammel (junk/clutter). There’s space to spread out, look out into the garden, and I feel I can relax knowing the job is done. There’s a few items to go to charity, but with the lockdown in effect, that’s not going to happen for a while. Still, maybe there will be space in the garage…. once I’ve dejunked that. Bugger 🙂 One thing about Spring […]

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Making hay while the sun shines

Hi, Earlier on I was queueing patiently – as is the done thing in Dear Old England – while waiting to get a cup of tea. My eyes wandered along the decor and I noticed one of those nicely painted quotes that do the rounds. The painting style, that is, not the quote 🙂 “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi I was struck by the apparent opposites of the statement: quite possibly the purpose, but I due to a lack of tea, my mind wasn’t yet fully up to speed. At least, that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it 🙂 It made me think about the Radio […]

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