Monthly Archive: November 2018

This and that

Hellooo!  I’m just dipping in to say a quick hello before I rush off again – I don’t know about you but at this time of year, it feels as if everything is suddenly...

Monthly Musing – November 2018 – Back to nature

“What’s this leaf, Mum?” Small daughter and I were walking the dog and she’d picked a large leaf blown down by the Autumn winds.  Because I’ve spent years as a parent answering questions, it...

Catching up

The way it turned out, I ended up doing things last weekend that were completely different to what I had planned to do.  It just works out that way sometimes, doesn’t it? I went...

Remembrance Sunday

“Maybe silence is the language of remembrance … what matters is so much more than can be said.” Canon June Steventon St Oswald’s Church, Winwick

Peak District Yarns visit

You might not guess from these pictures but it was actually quite a bright morning on Saturday when I left Winwick to drive over to Tideswell in the Peak District to visit Peak District...

Winter beginnings

Wednesday night was Hallowe’en or Samhain (pronounced Sah-win) if you’re more of the Celtic persuasion, a night when belief has it that the boundary between our world and the next can be more easily...

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