It’s That Time Of The Year

An amalgamated Christmas cardIt’s the perfect time of the year to take a break. Come back and join us again in the new year.

Until then, I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Terminal Station

myself This is it, folks. You have reached the end of this blog.

I guess most of you saw if coming, just like a tube train slowing down to snail pace as it approaches its terminal station. As this blog comes to a halt, it’s time for you and me to go on and focus on more important matters.

Thanks for all the comments, in person and on line, and thanks for encouragement and support. After 1218 non-spam comments on 1030 posts in little over five years, it is now high time to move on and stop feeling guilty about not having posted a new article in three whole days.


Da werden sie geholfen Good morning my lovelies. W7 is taken a much needed break from everything, and will be back in two weeks.

Until then, take care and enjoy life.

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No Post

sailboat soapstone sculpture No post today, not a single one.

I’m under stress these days, stress from various work commitments, domestic duties and my studies. I won’t say that I have better things to do than write a blog, but today and for next week, I shall focus on more important things.

Back on July 19th.

Out and About

binnenalster We’re We’ve been out and about this past week, exploring our very own home town and region on foot, by car and bicycle, back in a week.

Meanwhile, behave yourselves and take a look at Hamburg.

We have now returned safely and well rested (and well fed, one might add). More soon.



kohte Folks, I am taking a break ‘coz I am busy working in the other office and earning my pay.

Back to the UK and back to blogging on the 26th. We’ve got more creative stuff coming up, more about home and garden, the elections, and of course more food stories, so stay tuned.

Happy Easter

Docklands March 2010 078 It’s the Easter Weekend, and I have lots of plans for it: Be a stone mason. Be a carpenter. Be a gardener. Be a rambler. Be a cook, and a host. Be a husband and be myself. And, as ever, be a better person.

So. There you have it.

Have a lovely and relaxing and happy Easter, whatever your faith.


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