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I found this contribution to Grannymar’s Sunday One Liners in a book at work & had to buy it! Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all it’s pupils Hector Berlioz
In Hinduism, the lotus (Sanskrit & Tibetan: padma) primarily represents beauty and non-attachment. The lotus is rooted in the mud but floats on the water without becoming wet or muddy. This symbolizes how how one should live in the world … Continue reading
For this week’s Weekly Pet Challenge here’s a picture of Myrtle when she was a few months old! I don’t think she would fit in that lid any more, and I don’t think Lilly would get as close these days!
Here is my contribution to this week’s Grannymar’s Sunday One Liners “Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do with what happens to you” Aldous Huxley Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do … Continue reading
Around here black swans are nearly always loners. There was one on the river at Twickenham for ages, and then we had one for a while at Walton Bridge. I found this one at Black Pond in Esher Common. Maybe … Continue reading
I was very excited turning on our Christmas Decorations this week at home, but once I found this house I think my house looks a little bit under-dressed! Christmas Decorations in our Community
I’m keeping with the autumnal theme this week for the Weekly Photo Challenge, presenting a Grand Old Oak Tree
At this time of year when Wilson goes swimming in the icy cold river, he gets cold, so we invested in a ‘Doggy Bag’ for him. It keeps him warm and helps keep the mud, leaves & river away from … Continue reading
This week’s Cee’s Foto Challenge asks for more than 5 items. There are definitely more than 5 piglets, but it was hard to count how many of them there were there as they were running around like mad!
Here is my contribution to Grannymar’s Sunday One Liners Approach love and cooking with reckless abandon. This quote is often attributed to the Dali Lama, but is actually from ‘Life’s Little Instruction Book’ by H. Jackson Brown, Jr.