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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to everyone. I'm busy working my way through my emails that have built up over the Christmas period. They do build up fast.

Personal stuff

I know it's been a bit quiet from this end recently. It's mainly because my husband, Tony, has been ill and had surgery just before Christmas. He had excellent care and he is going to make a complete recovery but will be off work and unable to do much for another 4 - 6 weeks. We are all delighted of course, but it has been a very taxing time since early summer. I've experienced many doctors, nurses and paramedics - most of them have been superb. It must be great when the medics realise they've done something to make someone really well.

Winter magazine

We'd love to know what you think of your latest magazine. We've got a poll for you to answer. You can also leave a comment.

I'm so proud!

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The Maths Competition

In Flutewise No. 80 we had a maths competition. People seemed to enjoy doing it, but lots of people gt the wrong answer! The correct answer was 3.

Spooky happenings

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I'm very disappointed

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Guess who?

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How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

Isn't the YouTube Symphony Orchestra a fantastic idea? You can download the music and learn it.

Ahhh... Christmas

What do you think of these Christmas lights?
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