‘Communication Is The Key’

CLICK ON IMAGES FOR ACCESS TO LARGER GALLERIES WHICH CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE. ‘Every cloud’, we are told, ‘has a silver lining’. Sometimes this is difficult to see. This good outcome from my Broadband problems, however, became clear this morning when the very personable Mike Smith came to install a new phone line. Firstly,Continue reading “‘Communication Is The Key’”

No Resolution

CLICK ON SMALLER IMAGES TO ACCESS LARGE GALLERIES. THESE CAN BE FURTHER ENLARGED This morning Aaron began taking dead branches out of the cypress tree. As can be seen, there is still much colour in the garden. I photographed him and made him an A4 print which I cannot upload, receiving the same message as yesterday.Continue reading “No Resolution”

Take Pride In A Roaring Success

Here is the Mission Statement of The Lions Club of Bournemouth: To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs. Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organisation with 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in over 200 countries. Lions are menContinue reading “Take Pride In A Roaring Success”

Leaf Compost

The cranking clatter of marauding magpies heard as I walked down Downton Lane on my Hordle Cliff top walk this murky morning, was to give way to that of a mechanical digger in Shorefield on my return. The latter, which was breaking up the concrete bases of the demolished chalets, could be heard from the beach.Continue reading “Leaf Compost”

Spaghetti Junction

Here is the recipe for broccoli and stilton soup I had hoped, last night, to be able to provide this morning. Thanks to our caterer-in-chief: Take a largish saucepan. With approximately 2oz butter and 1 and 1/2 oz plain flour make a roux. Then add 3 to 4 oz crumbled stilton to taste. Meanwhile, heat aContinue reading “Spaghetti Junction”