June 1st, 2009

Adventure before dementia

Your Age By Chocolate!

Don't tell me your age; you probably would tell a falsehood anyway -but the Lindt Man will know! YOUR AGE BY CHOCOLATE MATH

This is pretty neat.


It takes less than a minute .
Work this out as you read .
Be sure you don't read the bottom until you've worked it out!
This is not one of those waste of time things, it's fun.

1. First of all, pick the number of times a week that you would like to have chocolate (more than once but less than 10)

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Just A Few Thoughts - And A Psalm.

A lot of people wonder why I have such a strong Faith - and why I know that God has a plan for me.

Even when I get down, and am confused.   At times like now when I am thinking of changing my occupation, or feel depressed because I am single, I stil know that God loves me - and cares for me .

How, do I know this?

Well part of this mornings Bible reading shows it .... What a brilliant start to the week.

It was Psalm 34, and was written by David when he and his best friend had to be parted through circumstances - Saul (Jonathon's father) wanted to kill David) ... and David had to leave his home to escape.  Yet, he wrote these beautiful words, which go a great way to summing up what I feel :-

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366 MEME - Day 108 - Living In A Rural Area.

... There are some great advantages of living in a rurual area, but now we are in the 21st century, you also get to see signs that read :-

"Unsuitable for long vehicles"

These are around all over the place - but not often placed as this one is, on the outskirts of Bude ... Hard to read in this picture, but easier when you are in a van!


PS - Recycle day as well, as you can see by the bags!

DJ - plaited!

Monday - But A Lovely Start To The week

As I drove to see DJ this morning it was with the windows open - a lovely day.  Mind you, we almost had a major disaster on our hands - I stopped at my normal shop to get carrots - and they hadn't any in stock!!!!!  So, stopped in the next town and the crisis was averted!  When I arrived I spoke to Toni who said that as she had been doing some work with Conrad, ready to sell him, she had been giving DJ a small amount of feed each evening - so he has been a lucky boy!

I got DJ in from his field, and gave him a good groom - great to be able to groom without getting coated in hair.  Still I did trim the long hairs from the backs of his lower legs - so still hair to throw away!

Toni brought in Smudge and once tacked (and plaited) we headed off up the road - didn't get far, when we met Ros and Shadow returning.  Ros told us she is probably going to sell Shadow and get another mare!  Yes, it doesn't suprise me, even though Shadow is lovely, he is young and wants to play, so it's not easy for him as he lives by himself.  Toni offered that he could live down on her place, but Ros prefers to be independant.

We didn't go far, as ros delayed us and it was warm out.  Still, DJ ame back fairly warm - so a groom to settle him, befre a small feed, and then back to his field - so he could .... roll!!!!
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