Hellooooo! How's things? Hope you are all well and enjoying the festive season. Have you had a nice time? I hope so. I am currently nursing an upper respiratory infection (a head cold and sore throat in other words) and am feeling a bit bleurgh! Luckily it's only come on me the last couple of … Continue reading Snow, rubbish Christmas telly and Terry Pratchett’s new book
Confessions of a writer, Elizabeth Hunter and the Hedgehog Who Froze.
Well, the boy turned seven this week and was Dr Who-tastic! We bought him lots of Dr Who stuff (he's a major fan) including the Dr's sonic screwdriver which he has been driving everybody nuts with by pointing at us and turning it on. Never thought I'd say it, but the sonic screwdriver is driving … Continue reading Sonic Screwdriver, Bleak House and Book Week Scotland
Why buying onion goggles has been about the most exciting thing to happen this week...and I don't mind!
Car kaput, Dickens clean shaven and hooked on Hemlock Grove.
Snowy and cold, but it hasn't stopped me getting on with DarkIsle 3 and finishing Little Dorrit. Also received a lovely message from the US.
A prolific daughter for Mother's Day cards, St Andrew's in the Square, an inquisitive guinea pig and Dickens.
A trip to Kilmahew Castle, the dental hygienist and how teeth are linked to your overall health. Just a normal week in the DarkIsle household!
It's been a week of broken appliances, lovely weather and a meet up with friends at Rose and Grants.
It's amazing what a little bit of sunshine does to the residents of Glasgow. Myself and a colleague went for a walk at lunchtime around Glasgow Green (pic above is the old Templeton Carpet Factory which looks on to the Green - it's based on the Doge's Palace in Venice and is quite lovely) and the park … Continue reading Glasgow in the sunshine