My last post ‘Exceedingly good cakes ‘ jumped the gun and landed in many inboxes before, err, it was baked! It was inadvertently published with a very confusing, garbled and incorrect ending! If you wish to be demystified , go to the blog site to see the corrected version. Head now bowed in shame…. I […]Read More Whoops….
If you live or have loved in the UK, (or possibly ex pat communities such as Dubai or the Spanish costas) , you will know that Mr Kipling bakes exceedingly good cakes! Not just because the advertising ‘strapline’ says this, but because they really are. Mr Kipling alas is not a real baker but a […]Read More Exceedingly good cakes……..
We are all too familiar with the ‘on hold’ message when calling a contact centre is to be told ‘your call is important to us, and we apologise for the delay etc.’ Well that might well be the case but my choice of music most certainly is not a big issue for them. A fairly […]Read More Your musical taste is not important to us…
For those thinking this is the first line of a romantic monologue, prepare to be (slightly) dissapointed. The object of my affection here is Parkrun. I know I have written about this before here (do click and have a read if you have a minute) and indeed for those for whom even the thought of […]Read More I’ve missed you….
My blog page has been to the spring cleaners but maybe suffering some glitches in its transformation from caterpillar to butterfly. If you can spare a minute, can I ask you to read and like or comment just so that I can see I am still in touch with the world ! Thanks and Happy […]Read More Fresh new look?
When I was at primary school the phrase ‘who do you think you are ?’ was sometimes the retort from my teachers if they felt I had overstepped the mark on terms of individuality, free expression or indeed anything that was considered outside the norm. That however was back in the 1970’s in Glasgow convent […]Read More Who do you think you are?
This might seem a strange title when at the time of going to press, here in the UK and indeed the wider world things are not too rosy. Coronavirus, although not yet at pandemic level is causing much mayhem and indeed economic distress by scaring the pants off the financial markets. Weeks of rain has […]Read More Things just got a whole lot better…