Isn’t March a beautiful name? We seem to have been swallowed by televised sagas this winter. There was Breaking Bad, back at the beginning, then The Bridge, now House of Cards. I guess it’s very absorbing, particularly when it’s always … Continue reading →
One of the reasons I still persavere with Facebook is that lots of small businesses still use it (and use it well). It was through Facebook that I first came across Howkapow, who sell unique gifts, homewares and quirky home accessories. I’m always looking for unique or unusual accessories for our home (We still have […]
A first look at HBO’s The Normal Heart was seen on American TV last night and has since been teased online. Anyone who knows about Larry Kramer’s searing, angry play knows that this adaptation has been a long time coming. […]
I don’t know what it is about the start of the working week, but at about 7.30pm every Monday evening I hit a huge energy slump. I’m there right now. But the good news is the weather today was stunning. My commute to – and from – work, on the … Continue reading →
Return to Sender / Sean Read
Hello. My name is Cathryn and I love paper. For as long as I can remember, I have loved paper. This developed into quite a serious stationery addiction. For me, going to the newsagents or a stationers still makes me feel calm and happy. After a bad day at work, I like nothing more than […]
Beatrix van Valkenburg
The ups, the downs, the thrills, the spills, the endless cups of tea….
Rugby to Evesham (where I bought a motorbike trailer) Evesham to Stratford (the real one, not the pretender in London’s East End) Stratford (via a massive trip around the countryside) to Rugby All on this: That was my Saturday. Yours?
Scene from life of St Francis
I recently came across a great post on Queerty listing the ‘10 guys who made us realise we’re gay, ’80s edition‘ which I really enjoyed. It immediately took me back to my childhood and all those crushes I had on […]
Hornby Portico / Burrell Collection /1
Drupal 8, entities and drinking at lunchtime. OK, that’s it: bye!
One of the issues in deciding which soft surface material to use when covering a playground is the question of repairs. It’s inevitable that…
Hello dahlink, how are you? I thought I would sneak in an extra blog post because the Bolly is flowing and I need a distraction from all things cooking.Talking of cooking, the other day I received a berluddy excellent text from a chum called Emily. …
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Free Fall (Freier Fall, 2013) is the feature length debut from director Stephen Lacant which became a sensation last year at the German box office. The story follows two policemen, Kay (Max Riemelt) and Marc (Hanno Koffler) whose close friendship […]