Thursday, 30 June 2022
Wednesday, 29 June 2022
Tuesday, 28 June 2022
Monday, 27 June 2022
Sunday, 26 June 2022
There have been several reports on our village facebook page over the last few months about robbers breaking into backyards, sheds, and outhouses, and even into the house itself. These incidents usually happen overnight, although some suspicious activity of strangers trying gates and doors during daylight hours have also been reported.
This popped up on or village page this morning.
I would just like to make people aware. at 3:20 this morning my brother was cycling to work, he spotted two lads with balaclavas trying to break into a house. The circle on the map is where he saw them. My brother shouted what are you two doing? They then ran and got into a black car and sped off. Please check your property and stay vigilant. Maybe someone may have CCTV that may have caught something.
Rural crime around here is gaining momentum, with batteries used for electric fencing being stolen, more than once on the same site. Sheds broken into and farm equipment are stolen. And the two dead sheep carcasses I found dumped in the woods. All rather worrying to think that people are coming from outside the area to rob us.
There are a lot of people in the village with security cameras fixed to their properties. This I hope deters the robbers, but the pictures are poor quality and the culprits are not always identifiable. A blurry picture of someone wearing dark clothing with a hood pulled over their head, does not give many clues.
To be honest, we shouldn't be surprised that this is happening. People are going to become more desperate as time goes on to make money which ever way they can. I can only see this escalating. Rob a few things to sell on to make money for what they need, either food or drugs, or both. Check your security measures. Make a note of any suspicious activity. Take down car and van registration numbers. Lock everything up.
I did a double walk for Billy dog yesterday. His mummy was out for the day, she gave me a key to get him out. We had a lovely time walking around the pond, then later a village walk.
I had a natter and a catch up over a glass of sherry with a friend last night.
It is sunny and windy outside. Enjoy your Sunday. Thanks for popping in.
Toodle pip. ilona
Friday, 24 June 2022
It was a nice afternoon out. I have walked over the bridge many times before. It's good to get a fast stride going, and feel those leg muscles getting a workout. Another few days and we will be at the end of the month, and the halfway point of the walking challenge. I am on 499 miles, so I will do a few extra this month to give me a good start for July.
Thanks for popping in. Have a nice weekend. Toodle pip. ilona
Thursday, 23 June 2022
After a two year experiment more questions need to be asked to move it on to the next stage. There are an awful lot of sudden deaths (SADS) occurring in younger fit and healthy people throughout the world. Athletes are collapsing on the pitch, or while they are competing, or dying in their sleep. To push this under the carpet and claim that this is nothing unusual, would be folly. The experiment will never come to it's conclusion if this is not followed up.
I always thought that any sudden death is followed by a post-mortem examination, to produce an autopsy which establishes the cause of that person dying.
Peter McCollough is calling for all sudden deaths to undergo an autopsy. He advises that for each case where there has been an exposure to the treatment, the study needs the dates, brands, lot numbers, history of cardiac or thrombembolic disease, hospital records if any, and autopsy findings. It is important to keep all original records.
In the meantime they push ahead with the programme, before all the essential data is recorded. Only then at the end of the experimental period can they claim that the product is safe. Anyone with any doubts would do well to hold back until they are clear in their own mind that they are taking the best course of action for themselves.
Catch ya later. ilona
Wednesday, 22 June 2022
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "We are bringing supercharged home-grown vaccines right to our shores. I want the UK to be the brightest and best in research and technology, creating more jobs and securing our economic future".
Tuesday, 21 June 2022
Monday, 20 June 2022
Sunday, 19 June 2022
. . . . . . . to the New God.
Our Convid who has been sent to blight our lives forever.
Give us this day our daily prick.
Forgive us that do not respond to your call.
As we forgive them that push the juice into our arms.
Lead us not into battle with each other.
And deliver us from the evils of those who wish to control us.
For we are individuals with our own hearts and minds.
Our bodies are our temples and should be respected.
Protect us from those who push to violate our wishes.
Now rise up and say, no more.
A new beginning where we reclaim our individual rights and choices.
Banish those who bring us misery.
Hang onto your freedom.
The new religion of Convid must be thwarted.
This post is inspired by something I saw on Faceuptoitbook. Health Buddy is an app that you can download onto your hand held gadget. It has all the answers to the questions you might have about the plandemic. They are not going to let it go. The push will be relentless, it isn't over by a long chalk. Put your seatbelt on for a rocky ride.
Now enjoy your Sunday. We have the sun back again. I need some breakfast.
Toodle pip. ilona