A beautiful House with lots of Pictures

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Grand designs from 8/12/2021

Probably not available until tomorrow!

Here it is now:

Grand Designs

Wednesday, 8 Dec

Series 16 | Episode 3 | Richmond

5:11 PM – 5:59 PM [48 mins]

pg CC Audio Described (AD) Repeat

Elinor and Born Barikor build a hypoallergenic home to alleviate their two young sons’ life threatening allergies. Their home is built with low toxin materials and cutting edge filtration systems to purify the air.

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Bentley Bentayga hybrid | The next generation of Bentley (4K)


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7.54K subscribersSUBSCRIBEWelcome to the new Bentley Bentayga Hybrid, the first in the next generation of electrified Bentley’s. The Bentayga hybrid uses a 3 litre V6 paired with a lithium ion battery to produce up to 443bhp, it can complete the 0-62mph sprint in 5.2 seconds, it is no slouch but the real question we wanted to answer is has removing the thunderous V8 from under the bonnet removed this cars soul. Join Emily as we take the new Bentayga Hybrid for a drive in both the city and the countryside to find out. Bentayga Hybrid WLTP drive cycle: fuel consumption, mpg (l/100 km) – Combined, weighted 83.1 (3.4). Combined, weighted CO₂ – 82 g/km. For more information on the Bentley Bentayga Hybrid please contact Bentley Bristol using the link below. https://www.rybrook.co.uk/bentley/ Please also like this video and subscribe to the channel for plenty more content to come.

The Power of the Dog

Charismatic rancher Phil Burbank inspires fear and awe in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife and her son, Phil torments them until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love. Watch The Power of the Dog, only on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/81127997 SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is the world’s leading streaming entertainment service with over 209 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. The Power of the Dog | Official Teaser | Netflix https://youtube.com/NetflixSHOW LESS

The Science of How the Body Heals Itself with William Li, M.D.

Dr. Li is an international expert in health and disease-reversal. His work has impacted more than 23 million people across 94 countries. Dr. Li discussed his data-driven research of how the body heals itself and the effect certain foods can have on certain diseases, which resonated with the audience.

Dr. William Li is a Harvard-educated doctor of internal medicine who has dedicated himself to bridging the gaps between medical treatment and nutrition for 20 years. More than two decades of research and experimentation have helped him identify more than 200 foods that actually work with our body’s five defense systems to fight off diseases like cancer, diabetes, and dementia. 

From strengthening our microbiomes to helping our body regenerate healthy cells, these foods are seriously powerful and worth adding to our diets. Check out his five favorites, here

So, what are these special foods a Harvard cancer researcher eats every day, you ask? Luckily, Dr. Li shared his daily diet with us, and spoiler alert: it actually sounds like a delicious way of living! And you don’t have to buy any weird or expensive products to do it.

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Mary Hopkin Those Were The Days My Friend

9 thoughts on “Those were the days..”
Nafisa Miyajiwala 

A post after a long time. Enjoyed as usual. Those were the days of close knit extended families.
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Munira 

I believe there has been a lapse of 7-8 years  so glad you enjoyed! Had a little pile of tiny, very old prints in a box……felt it was time for them to see the light 
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berlioz1935 

It is always good to hear from you, Munira. The song seems to encapsulate what you want to say with the beautiful family memories. Thanks for sharing.
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Munira 

I remember a popular Pakistani singer had done a cover of this song and it is reminiscent of,the 70’s. But I had been chatting with my youngest uncle (the tiniest one in the photos if you can spot him) and he just used the phrase ‘those were the days’ to describe his nostalgia….and I knew that had to be the title of this blog post 
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auntyuta 

Yea, thanks for sharing, Munira. 
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Munira 

My pleasure Aunty Uta, glad you stopped by  hope you’re well! I’ve been missing in action for a long time ….but I know you have been blogging faithfully through all this time 
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auntyuta 

Both Peter and I are well into our eighties, Munira, and for sure we can say ‘those were the days’. It was really nice to hear from you!
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Mansur Miyazi 

Looking at these pictures I really wish time machines existed. Nothing like a real trip down memory lane.
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Munira 

Me too Mansur bhai