Monthly Archives: August 2006

Genealogical Photos

Carrying on from earlier in the week I thought I’d spend some time over the weekend loading my Genealogical photos to Flickr Mainly from my Ellis family, including some that are simply wonderful….one of Robert Ellis born 1817 Elstead Surrey … Continue reading

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Maisie Dobbs series by Jacqueline Winspear

I’ve just read the first two books in this new series, they are great. I soaked the two books up in two days and now feel sad and disappointed that I have finished them. They both score a 10/10.

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Genealogical Post Cards

I spent a few hours this morning loading various genealogical postcards to Flickr. They are all scanned on the PC and backup to disc, but Flickr is a good way to share and archive the images. Next up is the … Continue reading

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Journals Project

1000 journals 1001 Journals

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Traveling Hope: Welcome to the Traveling Hope Project

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The Secret History by Donna Tartt

Fifty pages in and I was struggling. I did want to give up, PM the next person and get the book moving, but I kept feeling I’d read a page more just incase. The reality is I read the book, … Continue reading

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Fludder & Puttenham

I recieved an email today from BH about the Fludder family of Puttenham.

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Book – The Piano Shop on the Left Bank by Thad Carhart

I start this one early last week and soon became caught up in the world of Luc and his wonderful piano shop. The book was written in a gentle way and I found that I really did enjoy it. I … Continue reading

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Thyroid Research

A really useful and informative site.

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More on the Banjo!

The sale of the banjo is complete. I was watching it on eBay….it sold for £237.00, Which reflects the condition and workmanship of the banjo. Congratulations to both the buyer and seller….neither was me!!

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