Monthly Archives: November 2015

Little World

A few years ago I was lucky to visit the model village. I had a filling like I was a Gulliver in the little world. (those picture from – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gulliver%27s_Travel.jpg) The model village is situated just off the main village … Continue reading

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Winter Art (from internet)

I found few pictures on my computer from collection of winter art from internet. I cant allocate the site I found them from. Now before Christmas I would like to see everything to do with winter and those pictures too. … Continue reading

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Candles and Roses

On a very important day I was need to use my creativity to decorate our table. I haven’t done it before, so its was an experimentation. Fresh Cut Roses and candles are looking nice together, a delightfully romantic look. My … Continue reading

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Another Long Hand Knitted Chunky Winter Scarf

I only can knit scarf and I enjoying it very much. Those scarf I knitted from English Yarn and its- W- 29cm x L- 343cm with fringes. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/121826692159?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

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Long Hand Knitted Chunky Winter Scarf

just made it. Long Hand Knitted Chunky Winter Scarf – £40.00 Hand knitted in a lovely soft chunky yarn. Acrylic . Long Scarf: W- 10″ (29cm) x L- 112″ (284cm) with fringes. Machine washable – 40 warm wash minimum washing … Continue reading

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Laws of England can be amusing

I’m interested in British legal system. Some of the old laws are still in force today simply because no one has taken the trouble to abolish them. It is still illegal to enter the Houses of Parliament in a suit … Continue reading

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Preparation for the medieval jousting

“..a knight was expected to be gentle and faithful to his lady, fearless in battle and tournament, courteous and merciful to a defeated enemy and honorable in everything.”(John Hampden, from “The Days of Chivalry” Stories from Froissart’s Chronicles) medieval knights … Continue reading

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Memories of Oxford

I love photography and the best way to remember places you have been its take some photos. Few photos of Oxford I found on my PC. And decided to include them here in my Notebook. The house with the shark … Continue reading

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The Covered Market

I love Markets. This one in Oxford – is the home of interesting independent shops. By wandering around the Market I always felt its warm welcome. Open since 1774, this market offers a very special shopping experience. I love the … Continue reading

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Space Saving Kitchen Drawer

My husband made big-roll-out-drawer for our kitchen. It took him one day to create. The wood and all pieces for it he got in the morning. Was nice smell of pine. Its a very clever use of space. Those roll … Continue reading

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