Archive for: Miscellaneous

Feb 22nd, 2012

Rainy Days – by Tom

  Rainy Days The breeze blowing it towards me. The feeling of the clouds tears on my sad hurt face. The clouds voice searching for all worthy of their judgement. The clouds striking the guilty. I wish they would strike me on this day but tomorrow offers a new chance. by Tom.M   (Note to […]

Feb 5th, 2012

The stuff of nightmares

After waking rather early this morning and then not being able to go back to sleep, because of a combination of a slightly sore ear, a snoring husband, and a cat who had decided that the best way to get breakfast was to stand perched on my hip bone with his rather significant weight concentrated […]

Jan 1st, 2012

Happy New Year!

The looking back bit: Lots of good things happened last year, I wish I’d blogged them all properly. We went to New Zealand for a wonderful holiday, Caitlin started high school, David grew a moustache, Tom took up bass guitar, Adam sailed on the Endeavour, we had lots of fabulous reenactment fun, games were played, […]

Dec 12th, 2011

Rainy Monday

It’s 18°C and rainy today. I’m not complaining though because, as much as I like sunny weather, sunshine at this time of year tends to come with hideous heat. Clara is less pleased, what with her “No it’s fine, you can’t make me go out into that wet stuff, I don’t need to pee EVER […]

Jun 7th, 2011

First post? New home? But look at all the stuff here!

Welcome to the new and improved Muddle! I’ve uprooted myself from my old blogspot residence, finally dusted off and moved in. The very wonderful Viv (aka tigtog) of ViVidWeb Services and Hoyden About Town did all the heavy lifting and construction work for me, I just came in and hung a few curtains and […]

Jun 5th, 2011

Sundays in My City

Today was a beautiful crisp cool day with brilliant blue skies, perfect for going along to a rally in support of placing a price on carbon pollution. Apparently quite a few other people thought the same, which makes me feel a little better about not being able to go. We’d have been there in a […]