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  1. There is always a computer, coffee and a chocolate biscuit awaiting you at Mabels.I would even light the wood burning stove.xxxxxxx.

  2. I was without a computer at home for ages after George left but at least I had access at work. Although I had to set my screen size to very very small to write new posts on my blog incase anyone caught me. Luckily I managed to save up for a new cheap laptop so blogging can be done at home now. Having said that I’m writing this from work. Very naughty! I love the idea of Brocante Home coming from random libraries and Internet cafes. A little bit of brocante loveliness in dull places. Potato soup sounds very yummy.

  3. hey… that could even be a new little segment. Brocante Home from the Java Jive..etc… plenty to see all over to give you inspiration even in out of the way places.I never learned to knit. I was kind of saving it for when I got old. Hmmmm guess I could start any day now then…

  4. OOh been there, done that! (single parent here…). I used to use the free internet access at the library when I was too broke to pay for my broadband. It was a lifeline!! Hope the situation improves soon.

  5. I hear you about the Treasury crisis. I hope pennies from heaven arrive sooner rather than later!And as for Martha’s blog, I’m afraid it highlights just how giant that woman’s ego is! I like her website and all the stuff on it, but I can’t say I care much for her.

  6. I didn't know Martha had a blog either, so thank you lots and lots for telling us all!Have a lovely rest of the week and a fab weekend!
    love Alison x

  7. But it’s SO BORING!I’d like you to get the broadband access anyway, so that you can update your blog more often 😉 Your blog is much better reading than hers.

  8. But it’s SO BORING!I’d like you to get the broadband access anyway, so that you can update your blog more often 😉 Your blog is much better reading than hers.

  9. Coming out of lurkdom here to say try this site: http://www.knittinghelp.com. I found it through Anna’s site (www.pleasantviewschoolhouse.blogspot.com) and it has been a great find! It has VIDEO instructions and if you are a visual gal like me, it’s almost like the chick is sitting with you.Love your blog, BTW
    Aimee

  10. Oh my yes! Ketutar is correct; your blog beats hers any day!!Just leaving a note to say that you’re much in my thoughts and always tucked into my prayers.
    Just now, I’m specifically praying for your finances.

  11. Oh my yes! Ketutar is correct; your blog beats hers any day!!Just leaving a note to say that you’re much in my thoughts and always tucked into my prayers.
    Just now, I’m specifically praying for your finances.

  12. I hope help will come soon for you, because it’s no fun running around in search of a place to keep up with ones blog. It so nice to do that in the comfort of your own home with a nice cuppa within reach !!!! I hope you will find the means to realize your own connection again real soon !!!

  13. I hope help will come soon for you, because it’s no fun running around in search of a place to keep up with ones blog. It so nice to do that in the comfort of your own home with a nice cuppa within reach !!!! I hope you will find the means to realize your own connection again real soon !!!

  14. Money for bread isn’t so important!You may know this quotation -it is one of my very favourites and it seems rather relevant to your post.It was written by a 13 century Persian poet and shows that nothing really changes!’If thou of fortune be bereft,
    And in thy store there be but left,
    Two loaves, sell one, and with the dole,
    Buy Hyacinths to feed thy soul’
    ~Muslih-uddin Sadi
    Isn’t that wonderful?I must admit to often justifying an unnecessary but wonderful purchase as ‘hyacinths to feed the soul’!
    Your blog is just as wonderful to read when posted from a library and well done for keeping up with it even when it takes such an effort.

  15. Money for bread isn’t so important!You may know this quotation -it is one of my very favourites and it seems rather relevant to your post.It was written by a 13 century Persian poet and shows that nothing really changes!’If thou of fortune be bereft,
    And in thy store there be but left,
    Two loaves, sell one, and with the dole,
    Buy Hyacinths to feed thy soul’
    ~Muslih-uddin Sadi
    Isn’t that wonderful?I must admit to often justifying an unnecessary but wonderful purchase as ‘hyacinths to feed the soul’!
    Your blog is just as wonderful to read when posted from a library and well done for keeping up with it even when it takes such an effort.

  16. Ok,I just finished laughing so hard I almost pee’d my pants…! Who knew you were out there! I just finished reading your 100 things I know for sure post and laughted so hard out load I almost cried! No one is home right now and had they walked through the door they would have thought I had lost it. Thank you so much for making me laugh soooo hard! You are a hoot, Who knew you had the heartbeat thing in your brain, I thought I was the only one!

  17. My life couldn’t be more different from your( although I was a single parent 30 years ago) I live 1/2 the year on an island in Michigan and the other 1/2 overlooking the ocean in Florida..But I LOVE your blog ..You speak for all women..

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