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For those of you in the UK, there is still time to sign the "Drop the Health BIll" e-petition:


It closes today so you might want to get a move on if you haven't signed it already and want to take part in helping save free health care in the UK.

So, I finally managed to log in to LJ after two failed attempts over the last few days. Woohoo!

I made a flyer for the taster exhibition:

If anyone reading this is in or around Norwich come and have a look. Bring your friends. Admire the art. Meet an artist or two. Have a blast. Maybe even buy some lovely art. ;)

My imulse buy of the week...

A ukulele!

Any requests?

Sexy little rattlesnake

I haven't been able to get the Gay Pirates song I posted on Christmas eve out of my head for the last few days. Ria suggested I try listening to the following working on the theory that one catchy tune might displace another:

I now have both songs stuck in my head.

Reverb 10 - Day 7

I'm going to give up on  reverb10 for a while. The prompts are not helping me reflect at all as you've probably noticed if you've read my previous posts relating to it. I'm not in the right frame of mind and it's all starting to feel like a meme. I won't abandon it altogether though. I'll just ignore the prompts that don't interest me. 

Reverb10 - Day2

What do you do each day that doesn't contribute to your writing -- and can you eliminate it?

Errr....work and no.

Assuming the author of the prompt actually means to provoke reflection on what it is that hampers the actual physical process of writing.

Reverb 10

I've signed up for Reverb 10. I did so on the spur of the moment and it's not usually my sort of thing but if it helps get me back into the habit of writing daily then that can only be a good thing.

I'm just waiting for the first prompt now...

Happy Halloween!

In my garden

Taken this afternoon.

Cross posted to photographers .

It's been all go here in Norwich today

What with me actually getting out and doing some gardening and then seeing this earth shattering headline on the board outside the corner shop when I went to get some milk: