Monthly Archives: December 2011

A pretty fine Christmas Day

Well we did as we said we would do. Spent Christmas Day on a milk run. All better than I could have anticipated. At the first farm, there were far fewer flies this time, the baby looked exquisite in her … Continue reading

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Thinking of Christmas

This is going to be one with a difference. I am sitting in the recliner in the sitting room in my nightdress at 6.30 am, listening to Bella whining softly her desire to walk and talk and Al talking to … Continue reading

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Al and his ‘handlanger’!

Sunday morning – misty and grey and time spent at the top of the Cunningham Gap at the roadworks was extended partly because there had been an accident and partly because our truck decided it didn’t want to go. From … Continue reading

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Did we say ‘adventures’? A new direction.

I think we did say ‘adventures’ – well it is all a bit on hold now – the trading that is. People are simply not coming in mumbers to either markets or fairs. We depend on lots of little profits … Continue reading

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