The Wheelwrights Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when he took me out to the car and I saw it was a super flash grey Mercedes! The drive to the LIC office in Sixpenny Handly was about 40 min. Quite quick as there was not a lot of traffic. Drove past the cathedral which looked stunning. I hope to go back there and have a good look at it. Once in SH, I met Natasha and Robert. I got all my gear together, and signed all my paperwork. I also ...
... able to take a few days each week to travel around, possibly even into France, and of course I could fly out and back and do city breaks if finance permits. But the six month adventure to Australia seems a long way away, as does a trip to Germany. As for random travel of the Twitter kind, that seems a lifetime away :(
So compromise being the order of the day I shall start with one small step. A blog. More in hope than anticipation.
... signs wishing you a happy new year! *big sigh* Sidenote: My video....is coming soon. Be prepared. But...I just wanted to remind you that the video quality may not be the best. Mainly because our camera is not exactly the best with video, and you could probably get more quality filmed with a pineapple. (I obviously exaggerated there) But I will leave you with that for this week! Have a good week, and goodbye from ...
I was fortunate to have been surrounded by Scandinavian, efficient cleanliness and thoughtful décor in my childhood homes. I associated order and harmony with safety and love. As an artist the visual impact of places is primary, with aroma a close second. Yet alongside this basic formative experience, a fear of the opposite took up residence deep in my psyche.
About 12 years ago I became of aware of it in a general way. I ...
... on how to work with the machines in this place. It seems that as a younger woman, she and her husband had lived and worked in India for a time. She remembered it with fondness. She said that she spent a good bit of the time in the countryside there. She also said that her first husband was always having arguments with people so she never stayed long in one place. They would always have to leave and go somewhere else to live. I wonder if this was the beginning of her decline ...