Monthly Archives: October 2014
Ooops. I’ve been a bit lax on the old posting front over the last couple of weeks. I have a few good reasons though (or at least some pretty good excuses). Ill children, ill me, new business, existing business … blah, blah, blah. But anyway, here I am[…]
“make a little birdhouse in your soul” … or in my garden. Whatever. That’s what last week’s puzzle was – a birdhouse. Well done to Cathi from Simple Sojourns for being the first with the right answer. I expect to have lots of right answers to this week’s What[…]
I had a feeling last week’s would prove to be difficult, but I was wrong. Lots of correct answers, though Ai Sakura was the first with the right answer It was coloured clothes pegs on a washing line. Maybe you’ll find this one harder … What Am I?
A Nurse’s Obligation A Town’s Demise A Mother’s Regret A Son’s Calling A Daughter’s Mistake A Time to Forgive For every woman who thinks she left her past behind… Historic, environmental drama wrapped in a love story… It’s 1948 in the steel town of Donora, Pennsylvania, site of[…]
I have three children who all look very much alike – or at least they have looked very much alike at the stages of their life. On the days they were born they all looked alike. Looking back at photos, Stonelaughter can only tell who is who by[…]
The Apprentice is back and I’m already gnashing my teeth at the display put on by the candidates. Once again, we’re “treated” to a team of men who spout cliché after cliché with little to back up their posturing and a group of women who … well time[…]