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Yoghurt sorbet and stewed apricots I love storytelling.  I remember being 7 years old, standing up in front of a fidgety audience of 7 to 9 year olds in school and giving them my best reading of Red Riding Hood.  I was clueless as to why I was doing it; all that mattered was that […]

Symphony in Jellyfish Minor To those who say that December is the month when everyone winds down at work and takes a breather, I say, “bah humbug!”.  To combat my stress levels at work, I:  (a) eat fruitcake; (b) sing along to Christmas tunes; (c) curse bad drivers.  Solution (a) isn’t so good for the […]

Bircher Muesli Bald Eagle can be unpredictable in many ways.  He used to be a lot more unpredictable in the days when he was wooing me, but I suppose despite the years that have since passed, he is still able to surprise me occasionally with an unanticipated move.  There is, however, one area in his […]

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