- Little #streetcat #scampi is making the best of his new hidey hole! https://t.co/TSGPVhT8gk 20 hours ago
- Wish I was at @PainswickMouse for #AfternoonTeaWeek! Superb scones, cake & fine tea in lovely #Painswick twitter.com/TreasuryMog/st… 2 days ago
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Several years after committing myself to writing a blog, losing my folks, opening a coffee shop, building a media business, turning right unto aircraft and generally trying to find myself, I’m now trying something new. Nay. We’re trying something new. … Continue reading
There’s some interesting stuff going on at the moment, which touches many of us and ultimately plays a part in how we get our voices heard. (or how we can get our 15 minutes of fame)! First, parts of the … Continue reading
So yesterday brought us the news that the LTSB / Co-operative bank deal had fallen apart. From the shocked faces of the PR’s, it appeared not all press offices were fully prepared for the announcement, but to the customers … Continue reading
Some will think that a sunny Monday morning in the Cotswolds has made me go a little soft, but I can confirm I’m ‘complete’ physically and mentally! You may have detected a tone in my previous blogs, that I’m a … Continue reading
I wrote the following blog on an aircraft in the morning of 17th April 2013. I’ve held back on it’s posting as a mark of respect to both the family of the late Baroness Thatcher and to those who died … Continue reading
After a week of serving coffee, tea and handmade cakes in our new business in Painswick, I’m already learning much more about myself! Dexterity – I’ve got some! Multi-task-ability – I can just about do it! Dishwash hands – I … Continue reading
Thatching is the craft of building a roof with dry vegetation such as straw, water reed, sedge (Cladium mariscus),rushes, or heather, layering the vegetation so as to shed water away from the inner roof. (Source – Wikipedia) Some believe, on the other hand, that rather than protecting people’s … Continue reading