Whatever / Wherever

Whatever – Gardening / Lifestyle, Wherever – Outdoor / Events

The above 4 labels together should be used more regularly. But I have found a great way to start it…. Whole Larder Love. They have started to do workshops and this one looks interesting…Gardening,Bread + Curing | 30 August – 1 September

You would have to rug up, and here are some suggestions:
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Whatever / Wherever

Whatever / Wherever / Whenever

This That Whatever (Gardening) / Here There Wherever (Outdoor) / Now Then Whenever (Books)

How are you enjoying the summer?

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No. 0: No maps or navigation devices allowed.
No. 1: Don’t tell anyone you’re wandering except you’re co wanderers.
No. 2: Don’t go into the first place you see unless they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner twenty-four hours a day.
No. 3: If you see Witchery/CR/General Pants you are too near mainstream streets. 
No. 4: Avoid the police, even if you’re innocent.
No. 5: Trust your instincts.
No. 6: No shopping.
No. 7: If you are looking for food or beverages and you skip over four places, you must go into number five.
No. 8: No salads.
No. 9: Just eat it.
No. 10: Use the bathroom every chance you get.
No. 11: If there is guacamole, order it.
No 12: Ignore the rules.

Whatever / Wherever / Whenever

Whatever, Whenever, Wherever

Here There Wherever – Outdoor / Now Then Whenever – Photography / This That Whatever – Art

They say “instagram is the new twitter”. So if pictures tell the story, here are some interesting snapshots of what I perused on the web this weekend….
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The secret of success is concentrating interest in life, interest in sports and good times, interest in your studies, interest in your fellow students, interest in the small things of nature, insects, birds, flowers, leaves, etc. In other words to be fully awake to everything about you & the more you learn the more you can appreciate & get a full measure of joy & happiness out of life. I do not think a young fellow should be too serious, he should be full of the Dickens some times to create a balance.
– LeRoy Pollock, writing to his 16-year-old son (and future abstract expressionist painter) Jackson in 1928.
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After being unexpectedly laid off,….

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I found out here that the BBC and the Public Catalogue Foundation have partnered up to give the world access to all of the great paintings in the museums around the UK. So far there are 110,000 photographed and up on the Your Paintings site.
Love these shows…
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Whatever, Whenever, Wherever