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Do Not Disturb - James!

Not The Earliest Start In The Week!!

Actually I slept for 12 hours, which was great.  Means that I am mostly coping with the few hours work a week I am doing at present as I have been on "normal" hours for a few weeks now.  So I got up gone 10am, however made some cheese scones while I was getting some breakfast, did my Quiet Time and now am here and it is still morning.  So maybe even having the late start has given me the boost to make good use of the day anyway!

The scones are partly due to Claire.  Last winter she had just started to bake again when we went into the first lockdown.  As at the time we couldn't get flour, she paniced when we could buy it again ... and bought extra flour "in case".  As she doen't bake much, and knew I was back into baking as well, when I took Tim to & from hospital a couple of weeks ago, he gave me sweets, she gave me a spare bag of flour as they were running near sell-by dates.  So rather that putting bread on to bake, (yes I have a bread maker), I decided I would make some basic cheese scones ... 2 for tonight and 4 more to put in the freezer to use over the next week or two.

I had aimed to meet a local friend for a local walk this afternoon, but she has gone don with an inner ear infection ... so I may see if I can begin to tidy/sort my front garden as a starter.

Well I had better get on - I will try to get back to comments & the rest of your updates this afternoon, but in case that doesn't work out, I will keep up -


17. What activities make you lose track of time?
Jigsaws, reading, sightseeing ... In other words anything that isn't work-related!



And, for the 3rd time this month - “Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit!”

In other words - Happy St Patrick's Day, for those whoare Irish.

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Cheers

2011 - Day 76


I'm in Bude today - and have been busy, doing a bit of gardenning as my front garden made the house look terrible, so that now looks better ... then I got the accounts sorted for orchestra, and walked to the bank to get the money in and a statement printed.

On the way back I spotted this Pub (the oldest in the area) ... celebrating St Patricks Day ... btw the B&W flag is the Cornish Flag!

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Thank You ... James!

Thank You ....

To some really kind friend who has helped me to celebrate St Patrick's day, for the first time ever .... a lucky Shamrock!  

I shall keep you all informed as to whether I get a lucky couple of weeks ... or maybe the rest of the year will just be amazing.

Still - whatever ... and whoever ... This has actually meant more than you can possibly guess

THANK YOU