The similarities were amazing. In fact, it was only when one of them moved I was able to tell which one I was married to. … More My Week in Pictures
It’s now nine years this week since I moved to Orkney. I can hardly believe it, and hate to sound like a boring cliche but I have no idea where the time has gone. (I’ll pop a link in at the bottom to the story as to how I ended up here)
Slipping Through My Fingers The lyrics to the Abba song rang loud and clear this week as it was the long awaited graduation ceremony for my Miss Lashes. It took place in Edinburgh and we traveled down there to attend the ceremony complete with kilts, hat boxes and all the garb that goes with a … More My Week in Pictures
Beating the Monday Morning Blues At risk of sounding like a broken record, the weather was horrendous last weekend and once again no gardening could be done. However, typically with the weather conspiracy, that I’m beginning to wonder about, I woke up to a beautifully sunny morning on Monday when I’m due to go back to work. … More My Week in Pictures
I want to write stuff about my old lady status being activated by the purchase of varifocal glasses, how getting used to them makes me resemble a nodding dog. … More I’ve Been Thinking…..
Late Night Light It’s the time of year in Orkney when it hardly gets dark at all and we all spend our time sitting up late, even on a school night, taking photos just to prove it. The light is magical and the peace and quiet beautiful and special when you stand outside your front … More My Week in Pictures
I also discovered a date on my salt this week. Surely not? rock salt that has been around for a gazillion years must suddenly be consumed by July 2017. In my opinion its a conspiracy by the salt people to make us throw away out of date salt and buy new salt. I won’t do it I tell you.