Monthly Archives: June 2018

Going to pot

There is much in the news at the moment about marijuana – legalisation, therapeutic benefits, different strains (Tom Cruise Purple, or Sour Diesel, anyone?).  I have never come within puff of any drug, as I grew up in Singapore where … Continue reading

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Tainted treasures indeed

I have always been a swot, living mainly in my head.  Physically I’ve never been much cop; I was always the one picked last – and even then, reluctantly – for sports teams, and my clumsiness is legendary.  But in … Continue reading

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E for effort

Here I am, back from my holiday, refreshed and raring to go.  I will admit that I was feeling rather jaded before my break, and wondering whether AML – or more specifically, AML and I – had run its course.  … Continue reading

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Source for the goose

I am about to shut down for a fortnight’s holiday – my next blog post will be on Monday 18 June – but I thought I would like to leave you with a clever idea to mull.  No, it’s not … Continue reading

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