Monthly Archives: October 2012

Nothing and then three posts in one day…

Well, I have just finished my Samhain butterfly cakes…a rather perculiar blue-marbled sponge with a pink marbled icing…and thought I would post a picture:   Last year the trick-or-treaters started doing their rounds as soon as it got dark, but … Continue reading

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Who lives in a house like this?

I found quite an interesting item on  Yahoo yesterday…a cemetery lodge house attached to…you got it, a Victorian cemetery in Bath, which is to be sold by auction.  I love the gothic look of the building…and that archway is quite something…it would be great … Continue reading

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The Witchy Blog Award

Every morning when I wake up, one of the first things I do is power up the computer and see who’s been posting what over night on the blogs I follow.  Needless to say I was overjoyed and humbled to … Continue reading

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Twisted in Triplicate – A Scarf with a Twist

(I apologise in advance to any knitting aficionados for my lack of proper pattern terminology / form ;-)). You will need: 1 x pair of 5mm knitting needles 3 x 100g of Double Knitting wool, 100g in 3 co-ordinating shades … Continue reading

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Laughing Buddha

Laughing Buddha or Budai is figure from Chinese folklore.  He is depicted as a round, bald man, often carrying a sack, but always laughing.  He is a symbol of contentment and happiness and teaches us to be happy with what … Continue reading

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