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92 Years Ago...
Thursday, November 11, 2010      20 comments

'In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row...' Today is Armistice Day, commemorating the end of The Great War with the signing of the Tre... Read more
The Power of Positive Thinking?
Monday, September 13, 2010      26 comments

Ask yourself: Can it be done? The answer, in nearly all cases, is yes. Can I - me, myself, I - can EYE do it? Only you can answer that question.... Read more
A to Z for Clara
Thursday, August 12, 2010      19 comments

A - Age: 57. So far. B - Bed size: I think it's a queen-size, but in the UK, they call it 'king.' C - Chore you hate: gee, it's so hard to pick just one... D - Dog's name: no dogs. No cats. No pets. ... Read more
Has this happened - UPDATE
Friday, July 30, 2010      23 comments

Okey-dokey, first: a huge THANK YOU to all of you who responded. Even if you hadn't had any of these experiences, you were all so supportive and encouraging that it really helped. Second: as most of you said, the important thing was to see ... Read more
Has this happened to YOU?
Saturday, July 24, 2010      28 comments

Thanx to everyone for responding to this blog. I'm removing it only because I don't think it's fair to have people read it and reply now that I've made some choices. Depending where things go (and I WILL try to be patient and give it time!) I wi... Read more
On the Road to Tutbury, Part II
Wednesday, July 21, 2010      15 comments

Now, Tutbury was an unexpected find. while we knew that between about 1770 and 1850 several ancestors had lived in or near Tutbury, we'd certainly never been there and didn't know what the town would be like. More of a village, really, but it se... Read more
On the Road to Tutbury, Part I
Wednesday, July 21, 2010      11 comments

Now that we're retired - sounds as though it should be the title of a children's book - we do more short trips and gallivanting than we did formerly. Last week we decided to combine a couple different purposes into one trip. ToBeFitNotFat -... Read more
Getting To Know You
Sunday, July 18, 2010      12 comments

While we're waiting for me to (ahem) compose the next travelogue, I thought you might find this interesting. I got it from AspenHugger (who got it from DebbieAnne). She said to let her know if you blog it so she can read it; well, I think that's... Read more
Ironbridge, Day 2
Monday, July 12, 2010      20 comments

We stayed at a nice little bed-and-breakfast. Like everywhere, that kind of thing has changed in the UK. At one time farmers would put out discreet signs and you could stay at a farmhouse for around $24 or $25 the night, for two, in a comfy bed ... Read more
Technology, Old-Style and New
Sunday, July 11, 2010      24 comments

At the end of June we took a short trip with the idea of going to 'Ironbridge.' Some historians claim it as the Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution; others say not, as the IR was an event that spanned several years and which saw different el... Read more
Serendipity & Inspiration
Monday, June 28, 2010      20 comments

I hadn't thought about blogging today, but I was nudged. I have a file on my 'inbox' marked Zalome. I generally keep the newsletters she sends; some few I copy and email to friends. This is, I think, the third or fourth one I have posted on... Read more
Another 'MeMe' Quiz, This One from SUNNYAZ
Saturday, June 26, 2010      7 comments

Copy and paste into your own blog - the idea on this one is 'one-word answers,' which can be difficult sometimes! Where is your cell phone? dining room Spouse? bathroom Your hair? messy Your mother? ! Your father... Read more
The Return of Zalome
Wednesday, June 23, 2010      15 comments

I don't often see cheeky essays from Zalome, but this one arrived today and it amuses me. Hope you enjoy it as well! * * * One day a farmer's donkey fell down into an unused dried-up well. The animal cried piteously for hours as th... Read more
Long-Awaited, Much-Anticipated PICNIC!
Sunday, June 20, 2010      22 comments

I just hope this isn't anti-climactic, lol... We have been to 'The Edge' many times, and have taken visitors there over the years. The views across Cheshire are spectacular, and The Edge has played a role in British history as well. ... Read more
Overdue Walking Blog
Friday, June 18, 2010      16 comments

Two weeks ago (or more) I had planned to blog another walk, with pictures, that we took at a local park / garden. Last week we went on a picnic to a National Trust site with walking trails and some spectacular views. I thought about doing the (p... Read more

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