Comments Off on Popping out, amongst other things

Popping out, amongst other things

So, I think because I ramble a lot at @pyoor@mastodon.lol at the moment I’ve been writing less on here, or maybe this is about my…
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An NHS response

The NHS is currently going all TERFy in the England. The proposed clinical guidance for the new Children and Youth Gender Identity Clinic is, to…
Comments Off on Oh so nearly. Oh so close.

Oh so nearly. Oh so close.

So today was the big day. Well, kinda. Today was permit sign off day. Knowing that very few of you have your Joo Janta 200…
Comments Off on For a hot minute

For a hot minute

I stick the squeezebox on random…and it plays a song. And even when it’s not right – not right for the era I’m transported back…
Comments Off on Not quite how I envisaged today

Not quite how I envisaged today

I had a whole bunch of over-exuberant plans about how much I’d get done today. I mean, they really assumed I’d be in the mood…
Comments Off on One step forward, one back.

One step forward, one back.

So the en-suite. We were all ready to seal it… and then. When we installed the toilet, we installed it and used it for months…
Comments Off on It finally happened.

It finally happened.

So, if you’re wondering about the radio silence… it’s because I finally brought COVID home. Ironically not from the hospital. The repeated exposures there didn’t…
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Like a military operation

We had a plan. It was a solid plan. The two new chickens (Thelma and Louise) were ready for their next step in flock integration.…
Comments Off on A tale of two taps

A tale of two taps

…well, valves. But that’s not so alliterative. So as is so often the case as the deadline for our project being signed off approaches (or…
Comments Off on Muncaster Fell, then down to my mum’s

Muncaster Fell, then down to my mum’s

Our final day in the Lakes we thought we’d relax, take a nice short walk, something not too taxing and without too much height. That…