Monthly Archives: May 2016

About a million years ago…

… or three years nearly to the day to be precise Alan and I were in Lanzarote for the Ironman.  It was around the time of the commencement of this blog and I was just starting to find my feet … Continue reading

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Mass Observation

Yesterday was Mass Observation Day.  Recording everyday life in British in snapshots of time.  Taken from the mass observation website are the following words… ‘In 1937 Mass Observation called for people from all parts of the UK to record everything … Continue reading

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Learn from other peoples mistakes

Sometime in February I sent a e-mail to myself with the list below on it.  I neglected to jot down where it came from, so I can’t pass that information on (although the original credit is on the bottom) – … Continue reading

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An update

I’ve posted this picture before but it’s currently an apt reminder. In some ways the quote reminds me of one of my favourite passages in the CS Lewis classic, ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’… ‘I hope no one … Continue reading

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Onwards and Upwards #2

Onwards and upwards.  It was originally coined by CS Lewis I think, in his final book of the Narnia series, ‘The Last Battle’.  Not an original quote but probably one of the most useful right now. I’ve been unable to … Continue reading

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