Silent Sunday 31.5.20
May31

Silent Sunday 31.5.20

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Project 366 2020 Week 22
May30

Project 366 2020 Week 22

Week 10 of lockdown and it’s half term, but that doesn’t make much difference to us. The only person it actually affects at the moment is my daughter. Here’s our week in pictures… Day 145 – Sunday 24th May – a warm, sunny day and started the day with a 10 mile run, as usual. Went for a couple of walks and did a bit of weeding. We even had a long chat with my sister and her family over her fence....

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The Light in the Hallway by Amanda Prowse
May29

The Light in the Hallway by Amanda Prowse

I read about The Light in the Hallway by Amanda Prowse in heat magazine a few months ago. I actually bought three books from one page of reviews – Violet, Someone is Lying and this one. I’ve never read any Amanda Prowse before, or even heard of her, but it seems that she is a prolific writer of women’s fiction. The Light in the Hallway isn’t quite romantic fiction, it is more domestic fiction, if that is a...

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10 weeks of lockdown
May28

10 weeks of lockdown

I’m pretty sure we’re into our 10th week of lockdown, but I’ve been losing count for a while now. Although restrictions have eased, not a lot has changed for us. Only one person – my eldest – has been out to meet a friend. Although we are taking FULL advantage of being able to exercise multiple times a day! Every evening, we go out for a walk as a family. It should be a pleasurable experience and was...

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Our garden: Getting to grips with the grass #ad
May27

Our garden: Getting to grips with the grass #ad

This is a sponsored post #ad I wrote only yesterday about our garden and the challenges with have with finding the right plants to fit in the right places in our borders. It has been a long learning process and we still don’t really have it completely sussed. But I didn’t mention our grass. Our garden is predominantly grass, and we’re lucky that we’ve got quite a lot of it. It’s good for kicking a ball...

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