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1. My Chemical Romance - Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
I have just come back from the most awesome evening at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo where I was lucky enough to catch My Chemical Romance on the UK leg of The World Contamination Tour.
They played the most incredible set including three songs (Na Na Na; Planetary Go!; The Kids From Yesterday) from...
2. A Tea Gift Basket Makes an Amazing Gift
Music - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 16:33:21
I always drink a lot more than I snack. Whilst working I always have a cup of tea or coffee on the go. Just like music I listen to the beverages that I consume vary as my mood or task at hand changes.
This is why I am personally more than happy when someone gifts me something related to tea. Tea...
3. How to Bake Carrot Cupcakes
food-and-cooking - Thu, 24 Nov 2011 18:11:51
I totally adore Carrot Cake and Passion Cake! There is something very comforting about the texture, moistness and density of the cake. Along with Lemon Drizzle Cake they are probably my favourite cakes to have with a cup of tea in the afternoon.
Luckily the recipes adapt really well to being mad...
4. Becoming a Vegetarian
food-and-cooking - Sun, 27 Nov 2011 14:57:35
I became a vegetarian in the 1980s at the age of thirteen. I have been a vegetarian on and off ever since. I'm not sure what initially sparked my interest in vegetarianism although I do have very early memories of my uncle Alwyn and Aunty Jane who were vegans. This was seen as somewhat unusual in...
5. Maraschino Cherries
food-and-cooking - Thu, 24 Nov 2011 18:08:42
The maraschino cherry really is an exquisite fruit - I use the word fruit in the very loose sense. I love them dearly but really they don't bear a whole lot of relationship to a fruit.
I adore this product and I have done since the early 1970s when I was introduced to them as a child. My parents...
6. Writing 750 Words a Day
food-and-cooking - Thu, 24 Nov 2011 18:06:09
As a writer I find nothing quite as energising as dumping the contents of my brain, in the morning, onto a piece of paper. Getting rid of everything that is swimming around in there from the day before and even the remnants of dreams sets you up beautifully for a day of writing with a clear mind....
7. Writing Courses
books-poetry-writing - Fri, 03 Jun 2011 22:59:19
That is a difficult question to answer. I am a firm believer in lifelong learning. You should always be as open as possible to learn from any experience that comes your way. What I don't agree with is that you should spend a fortune on courses that you may or may not complete. There are plenty of...
8. Pouffes An Exploration!
books-poetry-writing - Wed, 01 Dec 2010 17:28:50
When I was a child our sitting room always had a pouffe. I used to love this piece of furniture. It was made from red leather. It was round and it was firm but squishy.
In my child's eye it had a multitude of uses, I could hop from one piece of furniture to another using it as a stepping stone t...
9. Fish Finders What a Great Tool For a Great Sport!
home-and-garden - Wed, 01 Dec 2010 17:22:02
This lens is going to take a swim through the world of recreational and competitive fishing!
Fishing is a passion that is shared by so many people around the world. Fishing takes place in very diverse environments. these environments all have one thing in common the need to actually find the fis...
10. Tails From Beyond The Hound
sports-and-recreation - Wed, 01 Dec 2010 17:10:15
We picked up Figaro from Battersea Dogs Home three days before my eldest daughter's sixteenth birthday.
It never occurred to us at the time why they had the view to his cage obscured by cardboard. I have to say that the reason behind that is now more than clear!
It's now two years later and he ...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 01 Dec 2010 17:02:50
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