A New Year’s walk up to Darwen’s Jubilee Tower has become a tradition. I’ve been a little under the weather over the holidays (just a nasty cold), so when we finally took the plunge, it felt extra-good to brave the fresh, winter air and get out for some exercise.
Darwen Tower may look warm under the glow of late afternoon sun, but anyone who has ever made the climb will vouch for the wind chill factor up there, even on a summer’s day. Continue reading “First Wintry Walk Of 2018: To Darwen Tower”
I’ve read several articles where people complain about social media types like us (WordPress does count as social, doesn’t it?) flaunting our riches.
You know, bragging about our crazy lifestyles, celebrity friends and expensive belongings. Everyone I read mainly does that.*
So, in light of the Europe-wide, 2017 courgette (zucchini) shortage, take a look at this:
I challenge anyone to come up with a more decadent pizza topping. Before you judge me, remember it isn’t bragging if it’s true. Continue reading “A Good Match: Courgette Flaunting in a Post-Truth World”
For this week’s photo challenge, Ben Huberman asks us to go a little deeper, to share a picture that reveals a particularly strong connection. I set off all metaphysical, thinking about empty seats: how our state of mind might alter how we interpret the scene.
Well, that’s as may be, but how often do we look at something and not see the blindingly obvious? If my fondness for this picture – not exactly one of my best – means anything at all, it’s that with me, it just don’t get no deeper than I likes me some pie. Continue reading “State of Mind”