Monthly Archives: January 2007

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

  Captain Corelli’s Mandolin – Louis de Bernieres Love is a temporary madness,it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have so entwined … Continue reading

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Liz & Adam’s wedding

What a wonderful day we had yesterday!   My youngest Cousin Liz was married over at Clitheroe and she had asked Maria to be a flower girl.  Maria loved the beautiful chocolate brown dress she wore and was able to walk … Continue reading

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Revolution Ordsall

I attended the inaugural Cycle Ordsall meeting which was called by a cycling GP based at the Ordsall medical centre.  I’ve met him at the Salford Cycle forum and he is keen to encourage cycling in his locality to reduce the number of … Continue reading

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Abigail goes home!

It’s hard to believe that Abigail was only born 2 weeks ago, imagine how long those 14 days must have seemed to her parents?    The 3 of them went home last night and already Mum is keen to take … Continue reading

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Stormy weather

I’m quite pleased with myself, as so far this year I’ve cycled 9 out of 13 days, today was the first time I got properly wet.    The BBC (5 Live) had been giving warnings of storms in that rather vague … Continue reading

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Llama song

Isn’t t’internet a wonderful thing?   http://www.totallymatt.co.uk/llama.htm

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More Abigail progress

Had a wonderful text from my Sister at lunchtime to say that Abigail had been taken out of the special baby unit at St. Marys.    She had been having some UV treatment over the last couple of days for … Continue reading

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