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Head Chef Miranda

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Flickr Pics 30th October 2006

on October 30, 2006 by kirsty

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Horse & a KissMiranda & DaddyNew Shoes IIMucky ChopsNew Shoes IStairmasterMirandaI Like Driving in My CarMoognets

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Flickr Pics 29th October 2006

on October 29, 2006 by kirsty

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links for 2006-10-28

In links on October 28, 2006

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links for 2006-10-27

In links on October 27, 2006

  • new weblogging service has launched. i tried it on preview, it wasn’t for me but i think it’s a great services for newbies and non techy types. it’s the service i’ll be recommending to family and friends if anyone asks!

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Naked to the Hangman by Andrew Taylor

In books read on October 25, 2006

This book caught me at the end of a long run of non stop reading when my attention was wandering away to other things, and it took me a while to get into it.

I like the fact that this series is continuing and growing, changing direction as the characters change. This book also delves into Richard Thornhill's past dealing with his time with the Palestinian police after the Second World War. This was the bit that caused my mind to wander the most though, I didn't quite get to grips with the cast of the back story.

On the whole a pretty good read though.

Purchased on 14th October 2006.

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links for 2006-10-23

In links on October 23, 2006

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links for 2006-10-22

In links on October 22, 2006

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Trolley GirlSandal Castle IVSandal Castle IIISandal Castle IISandal Castle ILytham FrontBeach! IIIBeach! IIBeach! IWhere's the Beach? V

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Flickr Pics 22nd October 2006

on October 22, 2006 by kirsty

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Solero IISolero ISouthport Pavilion IISouthport Pavilion ISouthport Pier IXSouthport Pier VIIISouthport Pier VIIFamily Portrait IISouthport Pier VISouthport Pier V

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Flickr Pics 21st October 2006

on October 21, 2006 by kirsty

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links for 2006-10-18

In links on October 18, 2006

  • interesting reading this from my point of view – where i’ve gone from writing a tiny website with a friend in my spare time 8 years ago, to successful full time business. some of it gels with our experience, some of it doesn’t.
  • why have i not seen this before? groovy web aggregator type page, looks handy.
    (tags: web portal tool)

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