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Thursday 28 February 2013
by Wulf
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Telling Tales

Tonight I am attending a session at Witney Congregational Church on story telling as a way of communicating with children and young people. It should be useful for my work with the Overflow group at St Clement’s but I suspect … Continue reading

Wednesday 27 February 2013
by Wulf
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Approaching 50

No, not me. When I filled the car up on the way back home this evening, the tank was fairly low and the resulting fuel bill was only a little shy of £50. In perspective, that is about what I … Continue reading

Tuesday 26 February 2013
by Wulf
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Emergency Surgery

While cooking last night, Jane realised that the fridge light had gone off and the fridge / freezer unit, which often clunks and shudders was as quiet as death. We had been running down our freezer stocks for a planned … Continue reading

Monday 25 February 2013
by Wulf
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Day 1,000

I added a photo of this small narcissus (Tête-à-Tête) to my Folia website and it informed me that this event is on day 1,000 of the plant’s history. Since it was one of those that came with the house, this … Continue reading

Sunday 24 February 2013
by Wulf
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Coffee Victoria Sandwich

My recipe book collection gradually changes over time; the ones that are guaranteed a lasting place are those which feature inspiring writing, invaluable reference and failproof recipes. One from this category is Mary Berry’s Ultimate Cake Book. Truth be told, … Continue reading

Saturday 23 February 2013
by Wulf
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Miceplying

Do you remember that we saw a mouse in the garden in January? We saw it again yesterday and then two of them today! If we see four tomorrow and eight on Monday there is an exponential cause for alarm … Continue reading

Friday 22 February 2013
by Wulf
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Going Potty

Our gardening season has reached the point where our first seedlings (various tomato varieties) need potting up and the queue to be in the second batch of seeds to get started is beginning to grow quite long. Today we took … Continue reading