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Sunday 31 January 2010
by Wulf
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Jane and I both enjoyed the PIECES worship workshop we attended at St Peter’s, Hextable yesterday. This is the church I grew up in and at which Jane and I met. The main thing I took away from the day … Continue reading

Saturday 30 January 2010
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Safely Home

Back after a day with friends, family and an excellent event at St Peter’s, Hextable. See my twitter feed to see more of my tweets and sign up to twitter to reply to @basswulf Technorati Tags: tweet

Friday 29 January 2010
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Lactose Free Fudge

One of my housemates is lactose intolerant, which means we have a lot less dairy based foods than Jane and I had been used to. When you start thinking about which recipes have milk or butter or cheese or other … Continue reading

Thursday 28 January 2010
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My Favourite Picture, December 2009

For my final monthly favourite from 2009 I present this image of an icy lane in Devon, taken on Christmas Eve. Truth be told, it is one image but, strictly speaking, two photographs as I blended together one that kept … Continue reading

Wednesday 27 January 2010
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Sei Bass

I popped down to London today to pick up my trusty Sei bass from The Gallery where I had left it in Martin Petersen’s capable hands. It needed a spot of repair where one of the coil tap switches had … Continue reading

Tuesday 26 January 2010
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This morning I went to a meeting about a project at work, where I was pleased to find that the files we were talking about transferring are likely to only be a few MB in size and not the potential … Continue reading

Monday 25 January 2010
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Mock Haggis

I love it when 25 January rolls around. That date signifies Burns Night and a good excuse to enjoy haggis, neeps and tatties. The only trouble is that Jane is not that fond of haggis and a plate of mashed … Continue reading