The last 3 months has been spent writing, designing, and twiddling with my newest book idea. The result? 4 STEPS TO SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING FOR CRAFTERS. I have to write it in capital letters to make it stand out. Let me know if that gets annoying.
Take a little look for yourself if you please:
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So … spiders.
Yesterday I found a spider ‘hugging’ a dead spider on the step leading up to my backdoor. I chased it away. No idea if it was eating or mourning it. I suspect foul play following a sexual liaison, but can’t confirm as my absence overnight precipitated the event.
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I got an unexpected text today, from Hays recruitment agency. They’re looking for an admin assistant for a temporary contract in Penrith. Have to be an ADVANCED Excel user with experience in VLOOKUP (whatever that is).
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If you’re looking for a way to restore your faith in humanity, you should look no further than Cumbria. The sheer volume of people prepared to reach out and offer their homes, their rooms, their belongings, and their skills to those families and others who have lost everything in the devastation left by Storm Desmond, is testament to the pragmatic, down-to-earth attitudes and good will that is carried by so many Cumbrians and offcomers who live in the region.
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Note: This post is somewhat off topic, but it needs to be written and what’s written wants to be read, so I’m posting it here, and apologies to anyone who hoped for a post about food.
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