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A Tier 4 Festive Season

Christmas at my house in Kew wasn’t quiet or subdued — is isn’t going to be with a toddler and pomeranian.  And small creatures do bring the joy.  But with […]

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Scanning the Skies

One of the strangest yet wonderful things that has happened during the year of covid was a visit I made to the King’s Observatory in Old Deer Park, Richmond.  Because […]

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The Gram

When the subject of Instagram comes up these days, it’s often met with distain and/or warnings of its myriad dangerous intentions and consequences.  Nevertheless, it’s also a place where one […]

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Flaneuse on Furlough

I haven’t actually been furloughed as I’m a small business owner and as soon as the virus and the fear hit the UK, my two businesses came to an abrupt […]

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Odyssey in East London

Though my journey to Brick Lane and its environs was back in December when my family were in Florida for Christmas,  it’s actually taken this long and the virus crisis […]

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Christmas in Kew

I never take it for granted that Kew is our garden.  And that any time of year, there’s something wonderful to experience there.  In December it’s the Christmas at Kew […]

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