Welcome to the round up of posts you might have missed. Another week of beautiful weather here and apart from taking time out to sit and read in the sunshine…David has been removing the stumps left after the tree felling last summer, so that we can lay a lawn. It will change the whole aspect of the front garden. We then have wall repairs and new fencing and another major job off the list. We have been in the house two years next week and it has certainly been an amazing time. The biggest problem with renovating a property here in Ireland is the weather, especially for the outside work. Hats off to the tradespeople who have to contend with all the time.
Delighted to welcome author D.G. Kaye (Debby Gies) as the latest regular contributor to the blog. I am sure many of you will have enjoyed Debby’s travel archive posts, and like me read and reviewed her book Have Bags Will Travel. Now she will be sharing her expertise with a monthly Travel Column. To get the column off to a flying start (or should I say sailing!)…
Debby will post three articles on cruising the high seas beginning 18th June with parts 2 and 3 going out every fortnight.
As always my thanks to the other contributors who provide wonderful content and bring such variety to the blog.
On with the rest of the posts.
The Music Column with William Price King.
William shares the hits of the early to mid 2000s of the phenomenon that is Josh Groban.
The Gardening Column with Paul Andruss
This week Paul brings us the beauty and legend of the Iris.
The Food and Cookery Column with Carol Taylor
More fabulous recipes from Carol Taylor and this week her focus was on lucious lamb.
The Sunday Interview – Getting to Know You with author D.Wallace Peach
Diana Peach is my guest today on Getting to Know You.. She shares her fashion sense, encounters with sharks (the ones with fins not legs!) Waterskiing, and her love of country life… head over and discover more about her.
Personal Stuff – Letters from America
Odd Jobs and Characters – Some of my quirky employment opportunities – This week I cook 3000 meals a week.
Sally’s Drive Time Playlist
Smorgasbord Nature Reserve – When Starlings hit the swimming pool.
Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New on the Shelves
Meet the #Reviewers
Smorgasbord Short Stories – The Sewing Circle Part three and four – Flights of Fancy
Albert the Perfect Candidate
The Psychic Parrot
Health Column – The Alexander Technique – #Posture, #Backpain #Ergonomics
Candida Albicans Series
Humour and Afternoon Videos