Happy Christmas to all my lovely blog friends around the world, you know I really care about you and consider you true friends. You’ve been there for me in good and difficult moments as well as my friends in the real world and my family.
Well I think anyone who is my Facebook friend already knows my big news which is that Peter and I have decided to get married on May 1st 2011.
We’ve been together for well over two years and he’s the kindest, sweetest, loveliest man I’ve ever known at the same time as being strong and with his integrity intact – we get on incredibly well with each other and our respective families and friends too.
We’re going to have a “hand-fasting” rather than a traditional or civil ceremony and we’re very excited about it. We’ll start planning properly when we return from Kartong and Dombondir Festivals in January/February.
So……I swore I’d never do it again but it’s a woman’s prerogative to change her mind!
Meanwhile we’re completely snowed in here and this morning had to walk to the nearest main road and hitch-hike to the next town to do some shopping. It was pretty easy and much better than trying to dig out the cars and slither down the treacherous back roads where we live.
It’s just beautiful outside though
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Even though I am in fact a healthy vegetarian myself, I thought this was hilarious!!
Ladies, here is your Christmas Cheer………
This woman is 51.
She is a TV “health guru” advocating a holistic approach to nutrition and ill health, promoting exercise, a pescetarian diet high in organic fruits and vegetables. She recommends detox diets colonic irrigation and supplements, also making statements that yeast is harmful, that the colour of food is nutritionally significant, and about the utility of lingual and faecal exam
This woman is 50.
She is a TV cook, who eats nothing but meat, butter and deserts.
So forget “join a gym and eat more celery”.
This Christmas, it’s food and booze all the way.
And the only exercise you need is dancing and shagging.
Merry Christmas Girls!
Last weekend we had a wonderful trip up and down the Thames test driving the new engine of a lovely Dutch barge with the owner and a few of her friends. We spent two days cruising fault free. The barge handled like a dream and although it was very cold outside we were all toasty inside with the lovely wood burner in the wheelhouse.
The weather made the Dagenham end of the trip very atmospheric and the second day made the Houses of Parliament and all the London sites look magical.
We have other news – but that must wait till we’ve told various other people first so watch this space!