Quick “Roundup”

Posted on February 19, 2014

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Shedworking

Posted on February 18, 2014

A break from the norm. The wife’s Mini, approaching its 2nd birthday, had decided to flash SERVICE at us when starting its engine; I use 'us' loosely as the wife had failed to spot it, despite its UPPER CASE cries for attention. As I am in charge of petrol (and screenwash - life on the edge), I noticed it two weeks ago. Anyway – before you nod off – with the mundanity of this blog, the Mini was booked in for a SERVICE. On arrival, at ...

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Ropey behaviour today

Posted on February 18, 2014

Today has been spent mainly being robbed. I opted to take some photographs for the website, investing in gingerbread men and bagels to create some hopefully striking shots to head the pages. Bagels and men invested in, I headed home with tangible excitement. Realised as I unloaded, I needed rope. Rope, yes. The idea was to loop said rope through bought bagels and create a smiley, contented face. Rope though is something one doesn’t often ...

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Unexpected gingerbread men in checkout area

Posted on February 18, 2014

Stayed up late last night, incurring the wrath of the wife this morning, in my elusive search for suitable website images – shocked at the cost. Settled on 8 photos for £160 at 1 am but decided to sleep on it before committing to buy. Good job really – the big idea for a mainframe web image and logo involves gingerbread men in a row, with one leaning out smiling. Mixes well with glutenfreeself – nagged though by a doubt that gingerbr...

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A busy day

Posted on February 18, 2014

Been busy today trying to promote the site on various social networks, with some limited success.  The biggest challenge was actually appending icons with links to an email signature. Gmail make it straightforward but the walled garden of Apple – surprise, surprise- is a tougher proposition.  Managed a mixture on my two glutenfreeself email accounts.  I crave uniformity though. No doubt tonight, I’ll lie awake: fretting, ruminating; ...

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