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What do you get at the hairdresser?

It was my 6-weekly visit to the hairdresser today. This time for “foils” which is when a little extra colour help is applied. I also get a couple of shampoos and a cut and bow-dry. In other words a couple … Continue reading

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That fridge and other things

I hesitate to announce it to the world, but I am pleased to say that the delivery has now been scheduled for this coming Thursday. Of course I could just be tempting fate but it does at least mean we … Continue reading

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Hairdresser

What does a visit to the hairdresser give? An insight into local politics A discussion of international affairs A who’s who of the Local Authority Star of the week – and what they are wearing Advice on dieting Where to … Continue reading

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Autumn approaches

  I have been kind of losing my way in blogland over this summer. I am not sure exactly why…… ¬†Perhaps it is because I have been stopping, standing and watching things like the summer grasses and the summer skies. … Continue reading

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Serendipity

This is a photo of my craft efforts of the last few weeks. ¬†My Granny taught me to crochet when I was very young and ever since I have enjoyed the soothing action of crochet hook and yarn producing simple … Continue reading

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Sunday Paper

Reading the Sunday Paper used to be an energetic, messy but informative experience, which on completion made me feel well informed and slightly virtuous – it was a broadsheet after all. Nowadays things are different. First of all I read … Continue reading

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Politics

The last ten days have been full of politics and sleaze. It seems to me that the apparent surprise shown by many with regard to phone hacking, favours and access to influential politicians, is ingenuous at least. Anyone who has … Continue reading

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Catching up

The good weather has been replaced by typical Scottish spring weather: big black clouds, thunderplumps and brief periods of sunshine. And at the same time there have been two seismic shifts in the world: the death of Osama bin Laden … Continue reading

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More Posh

As a quick adjunct to previous post, here is a link from Guido’s blog showing a newspaper article about the early days of Jacob Rees-Mogg, a Tory MP.

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Posh and posher

The BBC Programme Posh and Posher, screened on last night’s TV was a blistering indictment of our educational system and the reasons for the narrowing of the world of politics in the UK to a privileged and wealthy elite. I … Continue reading

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