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I don't know who needs to hear this, but to the rest of us, all your thoughts that go uncommunicated are indistinguishable from no thoughts at all.

We have had quite a lot of rain here in Assynt this week, but it's a good thing, because Lexie's Loch is now full of water again.

hello im getting therapy on thursday (less than two days from now) and i gotta put a down payment of £180. i currently got £30 in my bank. so i am selling paintings!

dimensions+materials will be in the image descriptions. £25 a pop, but more if you are comfortable to. delivery to most parts of the world is dead cheap, so don't sweat it. :boost_ok: #mastoart

Some have decided, presumably because relaxation of restrictions is now being discussed, to allow themselves a wee camping holiday in Assynt already.
Not sure how I feel about that but I'm certainly not surprised 🤨

Nextcloud Notes is a self-hosted app you can enable on your #Nextcloud instance and download on your mobile to store and manage notes 📝

Find out more about the features 🚀 and the future 🔮 of the apps revealed by their developers in this interview!
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has anyone out here also transitioned away from a tech career? what was your experience? what industry did you switch to? (feel free to RT)

Milk Bread Recipe.

1 Cup warm Milk 236 mls
3 Cups White Flour
1 large Egg
¼ Cup White Sugar 50g
2 teaspoon Himalayan Rock Salt
1 pkt Dried Yeast
⅓ Cup melted Butter or Margarine
1 Tblspn Olive Oil

Put yeast into warm milk, let sit 10min.
Place flour, sugar, egg, olive oil, butter & milk yeast mix into bowl and mix. Knead for 10 mins. Let rise for 1 hr in bowl. Cover .

Punch out gas. Cut in half, knead into rolls using oil to stop sticking.
Rise for another 30 mins.

Bake 20 mins at 180° C

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