Monthly Archives: October 2011

October – Pumpkins, Apples and Puddings

Happy Halloween! Over the last few years I have noticed more and more carved pumpkins outside people’s houses on Halloween.  Have you ever wondered, like me, why people carve pumpkins at Halloween?  What do these orange vegetables have to do with … Continue reading

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My favourite time of the year

The clocks went back an hour last night, we get an hour extra in bed. Someone should explain this to my body clock which doesn’t do change very well. British Summer time has officially ended for this year, not that … Continue reading

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Millenium Bridge, Newcastle – My view in words and watercolour

I have decided that it would be a fun idea to combine my new watercolour hobby and my writing in this blog.  So, whatever I paint I will add a post and write something about the painting.  It could be … Continue reading

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Watercolour: Reflections

Here is a little update on my forray in to learning about watercolour, which I am really enjoying.  I love learning new things and learning about painting is so interesting!  I feel like I have learnt quite a lot already.  Next time I … Continue reading

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