Monthly Archives: January 2012

Frosted landscape

Its been a peculiarly mild winter and whilst I don’t miss driving in the snow or having to dress like a marshmallow woman for every dog-walk, there are elements of the usual white and frosty winter landscape that I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Who we are, where we are, where are we going

A couple of years ago I was bitten by the genealogy bug. It was really quite a bite; I joined a couple of “trace your ancestors” websites and spent a lot of time building a family tree that now extends … Continue reading

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Blowing the cobwebs away

There’s nothing like a blustery walk on January 1st, both to blow away the cobwebs and to start the year in a way that flags up good feelings in the months and even years ahead; some of my most memorable … Continue reading

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