Sunday, 28 November 2010

This week I...

RETURNED a pair of loppers, and a enjoyed a cup of coffee and look round the Mobex stores.

WATCHED garden birds (blue tits, waxwings), sea birds (curlews and oyster catchers) geese, and saw a dead robin.

HELPED with the Eco club at the Primary school (and thought the pupils were polite, helpful, charming, confident and generally pretty cool).

WON a couple of raffle prizes (a bottle of wine, wrapping paper and Christmas crackers).
 
 RECYCLED 20 pairs of shoes.  They will be used on Friday 10 December when men will "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" to demonstrate their support for the White Ribbon Campaign (men working to end violence against women).  Women's shoes sizes 8 and above needed - see here.

AGREED with Hannah Pool in Saturday's Guardian that "ending a friendship is a complex business"

WATCHED Little Vampire - a free screening at The Brunton as part of Saltire weekend.  Followed by scrumptious cakes in the Bistro Bar.

CELEBRATED Buy Nothing Day with zero-cost sledging in Cuthill Park.  We were joined by East Lothian's newest celebrity.

READ The Distance Between Us- the eighteenth book I've finished (and enjoyed) this year.  I've started and abandoned about half a dozen

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