Monthly Archives: July 2011

Protected: Sunday reflections

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Link soup

G’day all! Here’s a quick round-up of what I found interesting on the world wide web this week. It’s a tough job, but someone’s gotta do it. Don’t know what to do with your life? Stuck in a boring, soul-sucking … Continue reading

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Friday fecundity

I am… not well. I’ve been having one of my not-so-fun funny turns. But I’m not going to let that get in the way of Friday Fecundity! This week, you get a Tanka poem, which is a Japanese poem similar … Continue reading

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Let’s try new stuff – jewellery making

Last week I spent my days at the City Lit on their Introduction to Jewellery Making course, attempting to turn bits of metal into pieces of jewellery. The course was spread over five days and covered a range of basic … Continue reading

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Random reads – Feed and Deadline by Mira Grant

I waited a year to buy Feed. I should have waited another year. Feed is the first book in Grant’s Newsflesh trilogy, a political thriller set after the zombie apocalypse of 2014. Despite the constant threat of zombie attacks, the … Continue reading

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Pearly wisdom for today

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Monday munchies – Pasta with tuna and spring onions

  Today’s recipe comes from the Women’s Weekly Meals in Minutes Pasta cookbook. Originally, it called for canned salmon, but I prefer to make it with tuna. I love this recipe because it’s quick to whip up and only uses … Continue reading

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