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Right, I’m back.

My site was hacked, but very gently. Thanks guys. I realise I shouldn’t have neglected my site. A neglected site gets hacked. So, I’m back and will be blogging again.

blog move imminent!

I’m changing the name that I’m known by on the ‘net. After the death of my mother last november I decided to reclaim my real name, Eunice. The domain is due to be renewed in a couple of weeks, … Continue reading

The W.I.

I’m about to leave the house in a few minutes to go to a meeting of the Women’s Institute! I decided to join up. Well, I guess that at 49 I’m about old enough to join! L reckons it will … Continue reading

So I changed my mind

Okay, I decided to build a new blog for letter writing stuff after all. It’s The Rhydgaled Post. Yes, I’ve joined the blogging letter writers! In other news, it’s hot. And I hate the heat with a vengeance. Can we … Continue reading

A rude awakening

Inara decided that morning began at half past 7 today. She was up on her high perch (the one P thought was too high for Madam’s dainty legs, hah!) and giving it beak enough to wake up the whole of … Continue reading

Meant to say

One of the reasons for my absence from this site: my lohmann-brown hens were brutally slaughtered by a badger. I don’t really want to talk about it, it was horrible and I never want to go through that again.

There and back again

I’ve been gone away for so long, I thought the computer would have forgotten my login details. But it hadn’t, bless it’s little diodes. If it has any. I’ve had a gossiping day, having chatted with a nice lady who … Continue reading

Sixteen, Maybe Less

Last year: by which I mean 2009 of course: I picked up an album called “In The Reins” by Calexico and Iron & Wine. (Iron & Wine being the singer, Samuel Beam.) I absolutely loved it, being a big fan … Continue reading

Nearly 5 o’clock

…on a cold, dark day and nothing much has happened. It was a milk of magnesia day, as P would say. Another day of getting up late, due to a broken night and being too ill/it being too cold for … Continue reading