Monthly Archives: October 2014

Surprise Mushrooms

Whilst we were waiting for her lift to school this morning, Esme and her eagle eyes spotted that the garden had become peppered with mushrooms overnight, no doubt a product of the warm, wet Autumn we’re having this year. At first glance …
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Exploring: Beith’s High Street

Having cleared my desk of work and with the house in as much order as it’s likely to be in for the time being, I decided to spend a couple of hours exploring Beith’s high street to see what it had …
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The Badminton Cup Tartan

Amongst the usual muted colours I’m used to in my tartans, I received this eye-catching specimen in my most recent batch of orders: a pop art/stained glass hybrid of colours on printed silk. I could tell from the design that it was obviously …
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A Very Grand Adventure

Family of four seeks wee white hoose in the middle of nowhere. Five bedrooms minimum. Must have some garden space. That was our five year plan. Over the course of three days in late July, it unexpectedly became our twelve …
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