Well what do you need to know ? Ask if you think of anything specific. The only thing you really need to know is that this blog is my blog, why would anyone else claim credit eh ? These are my, (not wildly original), thoughts and opinions and therefore not necessarily those held by my employer (past, present of future),, my mum or even the family cat.
dig your fins : Well you’re here. If you need explanation for this then we’ll probably have to start from the beginning which neither of us are probably that interested in doing eh ?
dig your fins : daily : Which was / is an attempt to collect some of the vast number of references together in one place – on originally at least a daily basis, that has transpired to be an idea laughably badly kept to but I do try to go back to it from time to time to both add and in turn re-visit. I do also try and collect said references through pinboard when I don’t have the time or the inclination to add anything further to them.
dig your fins tumblr : I’m never wholly sure what goes on my digyourfins tumblr other than to say it’s a kind of quick largely visual version of digyourfins : daily ie it’s stuff that doesn’t make it onto the main digyourfins blog and it’s not updated daily.
welcome to norfolk : Many years ago when people were shorter and lived near the water I worked with a young man who remains a dear friend – albeit one who I now only haphazardly speak with. Whilst working with him I suggested I could visit all of norfolk’s many villages, towns and cities, (actually there’s only one but you get my drift), in a single calendar year. Ten plus years later I’m still slowly, (very slowly it seems), collecting them.
wishing i was here : When the world alarms or frightens me, (which is often), I seek solace in many things – these things include the wonderful world of john hinde and his colour saturated postcards. as well as the fronts of the cards I also derive a great deal of pleasure from the written messages.
what’s for tea mother tumblr : Always the most popular of the various blogs that I look after which is a constant disappointment given the fact that I can claim so little of the credit behind it. In essence it features recipe cards taken from a set I picked up in a local charity shop some time ago. Although I can’t think that the set is much older than the mid 70s most of the food suggested is alarming and mystifying in equal measure.