Monthly Archives: December 2014

And so this is business

A seasonal ditty to be sung to the tune of John Lennon’s Christmas classic “Happy Christmas (War is Over)”. Altogether now… So this is business And I’m about done Another year over Tax return still not begun And so this is business Not always much fun But my very own dear one Sometimes tricky to

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Heavy weather

There’s something to be said for the heavy artillery of a weather bomb. The explosive effects of this week’s hoolies and skin scouring hail showers certainly blasted this wee wordsmith into a wide-awake state. Maybe the air’s full of positive ions or sumfink, but I for one was well and truly invigorated by Mother Nature’s

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Down with the kids

I believe the children are the future. Or so warbled smooth soulster George Benson. Personally, I was always more of a Teenage Kicks kinda gal, but whichever way your musical leanings lie, let’s hear it for the youth of today. They’re the future, innit. I’ve always been a fan of the yoof – adolescent angst, attitude

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