Monthly Archives: December 2018

og maidne again

Almost another new year. What a year it has been for me. After the nightmare of dealing with dishonest solicitors and selling/buying our home, we are settled in the new place. The bathroom has been renovated, but nothing much else … Continue reading

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Christmas basics

Staying with the back to basics theme, I discovered a local bargain chain was selling novelty bottle stoppers for £1.75 which is about half what I usually pay for the bare stopper. I removed the novelty head, which was a … Continue reading

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Back to basics

Looking back at some of my earlier output, I have begun to recognise how far I have come in my turning journey. I still need to finish moving my cabinets through from the old container, and getting all my clutter … Continue reading

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