Monthly Archives: March 2014

I took a plunge.

A few days ago Kimberly at Pumpkin Delight mentioned falling asleep with her iPad sitting on her chest with a half written post on the screen. Beyond the rather louche image of the tablet with an arm thrown and blowing … Continue reading

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Lost Plane

Am I the only one who is stumped.  Why on earth would a jet flying to North to China from Malaysia be South of that heading  in the southern ocean near islands I’ve never even seen on a map, the … Continue reading

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There are times, there just are times.

There are times I’m fairly convinced I interestingly nutty. And then there are other times when, well lets face it, that just isn’t true. Lately I’ve taken to refreshing my maths skills. This means the Khan Academy and the internet. … Continue reading

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St Partick’s Day.

Today, the 17th of March is St Patrick’s Day. It is marked the world over, wherever the Irish live. Here in the Irish news it’s marked by the yearly flight of politicians going to wherever there is a goodly population … Continue reading

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Tedium

There are few things so utterly tedious as drying clothes during the Winter months here on Ireland. We have an unholy combo of daily rain and costly electric power leaving you with the only solution of festooning every radiator in … Continue reading

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In the market.

I’m in the market for a new camera. And I have to say I’m dithering. Here’s my problem. I have a basic, very basic, ‘real’ camera, below basic if I truthful. It will not accept anything that isn’t ideal light … Continue reading

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Miscellany

There are many changes to the life and work of the farmer over the last 25 years. But none mark the changes for the livestock farmer more than barbed wire and hay bales. When I was a kid I spend … Continue reading

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