Archive for February, 2014

25 Feb
2014

The great snowdrop hunt

The Japanese go on Cherry Blossom viewing picnics. Americans head to New England in the ‘fall’ to admire the colours of the turning leaves. Our English equivalent in recent years would seem to be snow drop viewing.This year’s mild winter seems to be tu

25 Feb
2014

The great snowdrop hunt

The Japanese go on Cherry Blossom viewing picnics. Americans head to New England in the ‘fall’ to admire the colours of the turning leaves. Our English equivalent in recent years would seem to be snow drop viewing.This year’s mild winter seems to be tu

25 Feb
2014

The great snowdrop hunt

The Japanese go on Cherry Blossom viewing picnics. Americans head to New England in the ‘fall’ to admire the colours of the turning leaves. Our English equivalent in recent years would seem to be snow drop viewing.This year’s mild winter seems to be tu

6 Feb
2014

Dry January

  I always do a dry January. From the 3rd to tne 31st I avoid alcohol. It’s got nothing to do with detox, or making resolutions I won’t keep. Instead it’s a way of reminding myself how satisfying life without booze can be. See habits take time to

6 Feb
2014

Dry January

  I always do a dry January. From the 3rd to tne 31st I avoid alcohol. It’s got nothing to do with detox, or making resolutions I won’t keep. Instead it’s a way of reminding myself how satisfying life without booze can be. See habits take time to

6 Feb
2014

Dry January

  I always do a dry January. From the 3rd to tne 31st I avoid alcohol. It’s got nothing to do with detox, or making resolutions I won’t keep. Instead it’s a way of reminding myself how satisfying life without booze can be. See habits take time to

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