Monthly Archives: September 2010

Saturday, 18th September, 2010.

Sometimes, when one realises – usually suddenly – that one is suffering from stress, one should do something completely daft.   Doing something daft and being conscious that one is doing it is a great source of stress-relief.   And that is … Continue reading

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Wednesday, 15th September, 2010.

I received the following mail from one of my "Gentle Humour Gang" – as you’ll see from my reply which follows it, I enjoyed the joke, and it sparked off certain thoughts for me:- I saw that there is to … Continue reading

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Sunday, 12th September, 2010.

     Was it the 80% chocolate I ate last night which has made me feel so elated today?   (I could feel it doing me good as I enjoyed just a few squares last evening . . .)           No.   The … Continue reading

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Friday, 10th September, 2010.

Gosh – this is a useful thing to have when one has nothing to say but wants to say it anyway! Just finished a rather hard-working week (well, we have to man a couple of tables at tomorrow afternoon’s Sale … Continue reading

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Thursday, 9th September, 2010.

This is my reply to a mail I received from David Parsons which gave a link to a 1950s site.   Passing it on in case it’s of interest.   It’s in my Journal as well. Gosh – another one bookmarked.   … Continue reading

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The Day We Went To Dylife

Well, here I go again at the Dylife bit.   It was three times in all that the bloomin’ thing disappeared when I’d written it up before.   Fourth time lucky?   We shall see. It was on Sunday, 15th August, when we … Continue reading

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“And always at my back I hear . . . “

That quote is, of course, from the poem by Andrew Marvell, the Puritan poet of Cromwellian times.   But, in this "As Time goes by" Category, I’m just going to mention events which happen round this area – "my part of … Continue reading

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