Monthly Archives: July 2011

LOVEFiLM: An Update

Well, our account became active again once they received the discs back. Then they sent us out some more: a couple of films from our list (one unwatchable, one fine) and a replacement for a returned faulty disc. Guess what? … Continue reading

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Love Film?

…No, not really. Not when they’re unwatchable. We recently joined LOVEFiLM. We thought it was a great way to try out Wii games without the huge financial outlay, and a super way to watch films we have missed due to … Continue reading

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A New Project

A couple of days ago I was bemoaning the fact that even though I have a huge pile of wool upstairs, I had no wool suitable to crochet the blanket I had seen and fallen in love with. Then I … Continue reading

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My Wool Stash

In January, I joined Ravelry. Then I forgot about it. Today I decided to use it properly and record all my stash. Guess how many balls of wool I have in my cupboard upstairs. Go on, guess. 741 Seven hundred … Continue reading

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What Is In My Garden…

Is mostly cottagey, And a lot of what was here before we moved in is in shades of purple and blue, With a bit of yellow thrown in. We have stuck to the cottage garden style with things we have … Continue reading

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Battery Force

We use loads of batteries. What with all our cameras, Wii remotes, Teksta the electronic dog, and all Mr 3’s various cars and press-the-button-to-hear-the-sound books, we get through serious amounts of power. That is why we love Battery Force. I … Continue reading

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Random Musing

Wouldn’t it be nice if life had a pause button. Wouldn’t it be nice if the weeds would just stop growing when I’m busy. Wouldn’t it be nice if dust didn’t settle. Wouldn’t it be nice if a day could … Continue reading

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