Each year the number of cards I send decreases - yet I have more friends! Our way of life changes and I suppose we try to change and keep up. We may not always manage it but is it important to try? In my opinion, it is. As we are lucky enough to live in… Continue reading Christmas Cards
My visitor last Saturday made a delicious salad. This dressing would be good on meat and mixed in with pasta. I think I shall use this recipe and cook it with a roast dinner.
I’ve just had part of my novel edited and I’m ashamed to say that the bulk of my red crosses (sometimes green) appeared where I omitted or used the incorrect punctuation. At my Writing Group we usually read out our latest chapter followed by members giving us a critique. They don’t see the punctuation or… Continue reading Punctuation
Sybil buried her head in her mother’s shawl. ‘How can God be so cruel?’ She sobbed. ‘There is no answer to that question. At least he showed our family some mercy when he sent Jason back to us.’ My Books - Cry for me Argentina http://amzn.to/1AtUeXC
The piano and the guitar are the two instruments that I have endeavoured to play in the past. The piano I never kept up because I preferred netball and hockey! The piano lessons were during the lunch hour and I preferred to be out with my team mates. The guitar I tried when my children… Continue reading Hot Pink Music Stand
Runner Bean seeds are dry. I need to find a paper bag to store them in. Last time I ordered bananas from the supermarket they were in a brown paper bag with handles. I found that they remained fresh for longer than usual. Was it the dryness and darkness. What do you think? As for… Continue reading Autumclean 2
Time to clear the table in the conservatory. Start with the sunflowers by hanging them up to dry. Food for the birds and squirrels.