Monthly Archives: May 2020

When ‘eyeballing’ it is not good enough

We are all living in a new time, and in the spirit of human coping and adaptation, I have made a valiant effort to learn how to compromise my preferred shopping habits.  Over two years ago whilst drowning in work … Continue reading

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Hope in a Hawthorn Tree

I do not want to get too airy-fairy here (although I am going to talk about fairies shortly), but things seem to be getting a little too ‘coincidental’ on the hillside.  I am thinking the universe is talking to me.This … Continue reading

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To think or ponder over: Choosing happiness

We have had several days in a row of blue skies and sunshine, so I have tried to take advantage and soak some in to my Vitamin D parched bones and my happiness deficit.  Yesterday, while it was a whopping … Continue reading

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“Lavender blue…”

I cannot seem to help myself from hearing the first two lines of the song “Lavender Blue” whenever I am out watering the plants.  Now truly, I have always wondered why anyone would write a song where the first two … Continue reading

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