Archive for June, 2012

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I appear to be drinking the flowerpot water :DEuro 2012, Lego EditionEuro 2012, Lego EditionEuro 2012, Lego Edition

Flickr Pics 29th June 2012

on June 29, 2012 by kirsty

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Victoria Park Timelapse

Flickr Pics 26th June 2012

on June 26, 2012 by kirsty

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Flickr Pics 25th June 2012

on June 25, 2012 by kirsty

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Olympic Torch RelayOlympic Torch Relay, Marsh, HuddersfieldOlympic Torch here in 21 minutes....

Flickr Pics 24th June 2012

on June 24, 2012 by kirsty

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Drawing Conclusions

Drawing Conclusions by Donna Leon

In books read on June 23, 2012

Another enjoyable wander around Venice with Brunetti. I got a bit lost in the plot, reading too fast probably, but still thought it was a pretty good read.

This was a library book.

Rescue

Rescue by Anita Shreve

In books read on June 23, 2012

I feel like I like Anita Shreve less as time goes by, but I still keep reading them. But there is less to get your teeth into in the newer books. This was a good quick read, but no more than that.

This was a library book.

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Matching @yeovalley yoghurt & @dorsetcereals granola. Hope both are not too limited edition.

Flickr Pics 20th June 2012

on June 20, 2012 by kirsty

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Flickr Pics 17th June 2012

on June 17, 2012 by kirsty

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Penguin on an iceberg with clouds, by MirandaCook at work

Flickr Pics 16th June 2012

on June 16, 2012 by kirsty

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Any Human Heart

Any Human Heart by William Boyd

In books read on June 13, 2012

I agree with Kalliope that "The twentieth century itself emerges as the protagonist of the novel.". Sums it up nicely. A fictional autobiography that stretches from 1906 to 1990-something, taking in lots of places and characters. My complaint would be that it's a bit disjoint in places and I would have liked neater tying up of loose ends, but of course if the author had done that I would be complaining that it was all too neatly done for a supposed real life story.

This was a kindle eBook.


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