I would love to give this a home

Sadly, (or fortunately, given the state of my finances) they won’t ship outside the US of A.

*sigh* knocks my jam-jar-with-a-pierced-lid into a cocked hat, doesn’t it?

Recently, at the: Crooked House

December Reflections 1: Star

December Reflections 1: Star

Taking part in Susannah Conway’s series of December Reflections prompts. Mainly my responses will be in my other blog, Scattered Thoughts, but sometimes they will fit better here. On other days, such as today, we may fit in a post in both blogs. … Continue readingDecember Reflections 1: Star

Determinedly Cheering Myself Up

Determinedly Cheering Myself Up

Week five of lockdown v2.0 begins today. We have new rules, slightly more relaxed but with the addition of a nightly curfew (from 15th December.) Does that then make this Lockdown v2.1? I think that it probably does! … Continue readingDeterminedly Cheering Myself Up

Recent movements of the: Deux Escargots

October 29, 2020 at 12:12PM

It’s mass migration time! #livereportingfromtheroad #france #autumn2020 #thelockdowndash

October 29, 2020 at 10:24AM

An interesting morning. Up and at ’em we went to Intermarché to fuel up and to buy some food for when we arrive home. They were queuing outside the door for what appeared to be controlled entry. There were queues for fuel too. “We’re not that desperate” we said and set off for home. It… Continue reading October 29, 2020 at 10:24AM


  1. irene
    January 21, 2008

    My name’s Irene & I live in the US and would gladly post to you if you decide you really want it. Or, I have some friends visiting from Scotland in July who might be wiling to carry it across and post. I’ll try to privately email you my address in case you’d like to respond. Or post a response here and I’ll get it!

    Best, Irene

  2. January 21, 2008

    Hello, Irene – and welcome to Woolgathering.

    That is a very kind offer but it seems that the basket may not be exported, as it is of plant origin.

    It’s very odd. I can understand the US not allowing plant material IN – but to stop it going OUT seems perverse.

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