Category Archives: Reblogged

Jane Austen House Museum Chawton, Hampshire —

A while ago I visited the Jane Austen House Museum in Chawton, Hampshire. Here you can explore the house where Jane Austen lived and wrote. It’s located in such a lovely area, the village is so peaceful and quaint with … Continue reading

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The Ring of Kerry — Blissfulbritt

“To holiday in Kerry and not explore the Ring of Kerry is like visiting Ireland and not trying a pint of Guinness: there’s just something missing.” – I would have to agree with this, and would even take it a … Continue reading

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Wild Blueberry Pistachio Oatmeal Cookies — Cooking with a Wallflower

Chewy oatmeal cookies filled with dried wild blueberries and chopped pistachios. These wild blueberry pistachio oatmeal cookies are delicious and great for sharing. Happy Thursday! Just a few more days until it’s the weekend again! And I seriously can’t wait. … Continue reading

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We Just Need to Be Kind, Unconditionally and Without Ulterior Motive, Even – or Rather, Especially – When We’d Prefer Not to Be – Josh Radnor — The Seeds 4 Life

When I was in elementary school, I once found myself in a new classroom with zero familiar faces. As a little kid, this can feel like the most upsetting thing to ever happen in the world, but I decided to … Continue reading

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Special Places – a bloggers view

Welcome to Part Two of my journey through a few of the places which have special meaning for me. Here’s Part One if you missed it, in which I picked out a few places from my childhood and career. In … Continue reading

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What was the Bonze Age

Reblogged from the fabulous Egham Museum – well worth a visit if you are up looking for bronze age history (just off the M25!) and doing the later Magna Carta, Kennedy and Air Forces memorials. There’s a National Trust tea … Continue reading

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Cold Caller Alert! (and thats not a weather warning Hart folk)

Hampshire County Council’s Trading Standards Service is reminding residents to be alert to cold callers at the door.  Recent reports involve a cold caller purporting to be an officer from the Office of Fair Trading investigating a company that previously … Continue reading

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