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We have been hit!


Mummy alfie Ivy

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Hiii guys,

We have had probably one of the hardest weekends we have ever had as a family of four! Early hours friday night Ivy come down with a sickness bug. This is the first time we have had one since having the kids and to say it scared the crap out of us is an understatment! Neither of them have ever really been sicky babies either so yeah it wasn’t good!

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Daily Forecast : Horoscope – March 25th, 2017


Anoop Astrology Sutra

Daily Forecast based on Signs for March 25th, 2017

Aries (Mesh Rashi)

  • Results may be good and you can expect some recognition or appreciation.
  • You know how to achieve your goals, only point of concern is your extra-ordinary commanding attitude.
  • Health issues can be sorted out by going for proper medical support.
  • Check your waste of money as well unnecessary conversation.

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Weekend Rituals


Catalyst for Happiness

Here in my sunny loungeroom, the dogs and I have a bit of a weekend ritual. While I do my best to sleep in and catch up from the busy week, I find my body clock usually first pings my eyes open sometime in the 7’s…then as much as I try to find sleep again, I usually give up within the hour. Coffee and cooked breakfast – I love taking the time to make delicious and time-consuming weekend food (this morning was mushroom omlette with some leftover avocado), then we head to our east-facing lounge to sit in the sun.

This morning I washed the small black dog before cooking, as she’d found something particularly chunky to roll in overnight, and so she snuggled into me in a post-bath sulk. As she slowly warmed up in the sun, I stumbled around the internet, seeing what was going on in the world and…

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Yoga and Beer


Jessica Lynn

I went to Foulmouthed Brewing tonight to try something that is popping up all over the Greater Portland area, yoga and beer. It had been a LONG week and when a coworker suggested that we try this I was all in. My friends own Foulmouthed, so if I’m going to make a fool out of myself trying to get into pigeon pose it may as well be there! The class was on the brewery side of the business so we were surrounded by mash tuns and the smells of malts and hops, it was awesome. Nice and cozy but still enough room for all of our mats.

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I hadn’t done yoga in a class setting for years. I’ve done the 20 minute on demand sessions in my living room but this is completely different. I definitely challenged myself and was reminded that my wrists are super weak, but I felt so…

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Astrology : Daily Panchang – March 25th, 2017


Anoop Astrology Sutra

Daily Panchang – March 25th, 2017

Chaitra Month of hindu calendar, 12th day – Dwadashi, Krishna Paksha, Nakshtra at the time of Sun rise in Dhanishtha Nakshtra and will be till 16:57 Hrs (IST), Moon will be in Shatbhishaj Nakshtra at 16:57 Hrs (IST).

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Friday Night


SunRay Sorceress

I’ve been I’ll for the last two weeks but woke today with hope thanks to a dear friend and her Reki healing.

Since I’ve been away I want to apologize for just disappearing and thank you for your patience while I recover. Love you all my wonderful sisters and brothers.

SunRay Sorceress

Here’s some important information I found on Facebook today. 💜

Totally Cool, right??

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Journey Through the Past: A Trip Down Memory Lane on Raasay


Karen Thorburn Photography

I’m used to sobbing my way through a packet of tissues when watching the likes of The Notebook or It’s A Wonderful Life, but I don’t normally shed tears over Countryfile. This long-standing BBC television programme, which reports on environmental issues and celebrates the beauty and diversity of the British countryside, has been a feature of my Sunday nights for many years.

I was under substantial pressure in my day job during the winter months, working long hours including Christmas, evenings and weekends. Thankfully work has since returned to normal and I don’t plan on submitting another 90+ hour timesheet again anytime soon. Whilst feeling the pressure in January, I settled down to watch Countryfile over dinner one Sunday evening after yet another day at my desk. Unexpectedly, a short feature on the Isle of Arran appeared on screen. Comedienne Susan Calman set sail across the Firth of Clyde to re-visit her…

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