Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Thursday, March 24, 2005
Oh, and it was Meriel's Birthday today, she got plant books, a hip flask for her Kayaking Brandy and Barbecue tools in an aluminuim flight case (naturally). She was most pleased to say the least (well, wouldn't you be?).
Tuesday, March 22, 2005
One's 11 meter and the other is 15 meter.
Have I lost my mind. Find out next week (or possibly sooner).
Hey, have I ever been wrong?
well i guess there was that one time when i ate that thing that i thought was chocolate, but it turned out to be a ...
Wednesday, March 16, 2005
Monday, March 14, 2005
Sunday, March 13, 2005
In addition, the Matrix with which I was ready to fall in love looks like it may be superceeded by this little number (in, I might point out, a redgoldgreen Rasta stylee colour scheme). May the Gods forgive me I will return to things trivial soon.
By the way, she's a Flexifoil Strike2.
Thursday, March 10, 2005
Anyway the site is called "253" and although I've not gone through tea site with a fine toothcomb, the book is excellent toilet reading material (depending on the regularity and length of your movements)
Tuesday, March 08, 2005
Gary of Grays
Gordon of Khartom Villas
Mr. & Mrs. Dyer of Coffin Avenue
Mrs. Gotobed of Little Snoring
Mrs. Bird of Woodpecker Road
Mr. & Mrs. Groom of The Paddocks, Blackhorse Lane
Mr. Scratchy of Itchington near Bath
Mr. Deadman of Gravesend
Otis Lifts of Reading
Mr. Hedge of Firtree Avenue
Mrs. Tomb of Little Egypt
Mr. Blowers and his cat Tumble of Dryer Lane
Mr. Bunny of Warren Lane
Ms. Byrd moved from Emu Road to Turkey Street and on to Duck's Walk
Karen Milton of Milton Cottages, Milton Road
Mr. George Lane, who visits a bookshop in George Lane
Mr. Martin Hampshire of Martin, Hampshire
I'd say that he's so good it hurts, but it doesn't and, frankly, I don't see how it could.
Sunday, March 06, 2005
Saturday, March 05, 2005
Check out the popularity of baby names over the last 100 years if you're stuck for ideas - you're going to need a baby for this one.
Make magazine - I can't remember how we heard about this one, but the magazine is excellent and the ideas on the blog are worth browsing.
Thursday, March 03, 2005
Tuesday, March 01, 2005
Home made kites - I'm still not too sure if it's better to make or buy. It's alotta work, but the results have been consistently pleasing (with the odd exception where fabric colour has been a bit of an issue).
Here are some more
Just waiting for the resolve to dry up and that should be it ...