The woman next door by Cass Green

A seemingly fairly innocuous book. One neighbor is at a computer class and the other at the hairdressers at the start of the book. The whole story is told in a casual way, but it is more twisted then it appears.


 One reviewer called it ‘gripping’ I would not say I was gripped but I was entertained and would not have predicted ending from the start. 

35 before 35 progress

Inspired by 34 Before 34 | Is That You Darling
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A couple I have already done and some I have booked already! Scoring a Turkey I have never done; can it be done before November? 

1. Dye hair blue

Did in December.


2. Read a Stephen King book

This was a new year resolution. I have bought Insomnia.

3. Do a park run

Need to practice.

4. Go to Amsterdam

Booked.

5. Climb Arther’s seat in Edinburgh

6. See 2 more gold post boxes
Saw one in Hull need to seek another.

7. Go in a hot air ballon

8. See Bob Dylan

Booked.

9. See Greenday

Booked

10. Score a Turkey at bowling.
11. Watch love actually again

🙂 Looking Coward to

12. Watch love actually sequlae

Looking forward to.

13. Watch 8 films at the cinema

Seen:

La La Land

Manchester by Sea

Lion

50 shades

Trainspotting 2

3 more to watch! Last year only about 3 in whole year.

14. Watch Bridge of spies

15. Watch Cara Emerald 

Booked

16. Do a ramblers 15mile walk

17. Get 100 total likes on blog

Got 50 so far.

18. Try a spin class

19. Publish prompts for whole of lent about homelessness.

20. Try a yoga class

22. Go to ten belly dancing classes.
Been to three so far.

23. Go to the new gelato on west st.

24. Go to the light cinema when it opens.

25. Go to the lakes.

26. Get shed for garden

27. Once have shed tidy cellar 

28. Buy football ground jigsaw to do with colleagues

29. Go to one of Shef’s Oct festivals: comedy, beer or off shelf

30. Go to Peddlers market

31. Pass ski lesson 2.

32. Swim outside

33. Go on folk train

34. Go wine tasting

35. Go climbing

35 before 35

Inspired by 34 Before 34 | Is That You Darling

http://isthatyoudarling.co.uk/tag/34-before-34/

1. Dye hair blue

2. Read a Stephen King book

3. Do a park run

4. Go to Amsterdam

5. Climb Arther’s seat in Edinburgh

6. See 2 more gold post boxes

7. Go in a hot air ballon

8. See Bob Dylan

9. See Greenday

10. Score a Turkey at bowling.

11. Watch love actually again

12. Watch love actually sequlae

13. Watch 8 films at the cinema

14. Watch Bridge of spies

15. Watch Cara Emerald 

16. Do a ramblers 15mile walk

17. Get 100 total likes on blog

18. Try a spin class

19. Publish prompts for whole of lent about homelessness.

20. Try a yoga class

22. Go to ten belly dancing classes.

23. Go to the new gelato on west st.

24. Go to the light cinema when it opens.

25. Go to the lakes.

26. Get shed for garden

27. Once have shed tidy cellar 

28. Buy football ground jigsaw to do with colleagues

29. Go to one of Shef’s Oct festivals: comedy, beer or off shelf

30. Go to Peddlers market

31. Pass ski lesson 2.

32. Swim outside

33. Go on folk train

34. Go wine tasting

35. Go climbing

Brambles Tea Room Hot Chocolate Elescar Herritage Centre

A small tea room decorated with cutlery and tea cups hanging from the ceiling. The hot chocolate was served in a glass jam jar mug. Unfortunately it was nothing special m; but the cakes looked good so still worth a visit for the pretty decor, cakes and another beverage choice.

2nd uses for cutterly

At a Sheffield united match we were explaining to my nephew that Sheffield united has the nickname the Blades due to Sheffield’s history producing cutlery.

In Sheffield shops I have seen jewellery made from cutlery. But nothing as pretty, as what I bought in Cuba. I went to Cuba wanted to look at cutlery bracelets as my Mum had bought one from Trinidad. Trindad was only place I saw them. In some places when eating there did not seem to be much cutlery but in Trindad market there was a great selection.

In this blog there is some even more artistic uses of  cutterly .

Brambles tea room in Elescar have decorated the tea room with cutlery (and pretty China hung from the ceiling).

Brambles Tea Room Hot Chocolate Elescar Herritage Centre

 

I have seen street artists painting wooden walls but no one tagging…

What inspires graffitti ‘artists’ / street artists. I don’t know for certain, I imagine as with lots of things it is different for different people. I can understand the desire to create / leave your … https://wonderwall360blog.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/what-inspires-graffitti-artists-street-artists/

Years ago when there was board around the former Republic in Sheffield; I remember now I saw it being painted.

Today came across artists on Priestly street in Sheffield. Older than you may imagine. At first just one painting and others stood across road assessing their progress, with music playing and lots spray cans laid out orderly, on mats.