I stopped the mower and called Orkney Beef to tell him the cow was looking at me funny and I was too scared to carry on. Needless to say Orkney Beef took not a blind bit of notice and told me the cow probably felt the same way about me. … More Lessons in cutting the grass
‘can someone phone my phone’
This is my most used statement in the world. I’m an habitual loser but sadly not in the weight sense. … More Lessons I never seem to learn
St Magnus Festivals, cycling and buttercups. … More My week in pictures
*Simmer dim: midsummer nightlong twilight in the northern isles I was driving home from a concert the other night and it was close to midnight. The solstice skies were so stunning I decided to take the scenic route home and take a few pictures. All photos taken with an iphone and no filters needed. Pictured … More Simmer dim pictures
The dog has now eaten so much of the hens’ magic laying food I’m expecting her to start laying eggs any day. …. … More Keeping chickens and dogs.
Then you realise weeks later you’ve suddenly gone a day without crying and you cry again.
… More Grief is the price we pay for love
We had a lovely relaxing time in Hoy this weekend. I spoke about it briefly in my last blog and at length about my forgotten items. However once I had kitted myself out with replacements and cobbled other stuff together we enjoyed some lovely walks, visits to Lifeboat museums, cafe and conversation with friends, eating … More My Week in Pictures