Monthly Archives: February 2011

People alphabet

Sam straightened my hair, silky, soft and possibly sophisticated Caroline could not keep calm and chuckled when talking of carts Rachel gave a rapid reminder of the joy in reading and revelling in Carlos Ruiz Zafon Ian indicated some irritation … Continue reading

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Saying goodbye

She strode across Westminster as Big Ben struck ten, his sonorous voice sounding each strike evenly. The evening had started with trepidation and some dread. Endings were never easy and this was a particularly difficult ending to bear. It had … Continue reading

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The excitement is building

I live in the south east corner of the UK and over the last few weeks there have been some changes that to me are really significant. These are important events that are worthy of note. It started with the … Continue reading

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Village Life – the fete

It is the village fete and the weather that sets the mood, has decided to choose greyish and mild. The fete is on the memorial hall field. It has views all the way to the coast on a clear day, … Continue reading

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The Peevish Passenger

How do you tell the man sat next to you on the train that if he keeps scratching his beard you will slap his hand? Yes he has stubble; so what. There is no need to advertise it. He should … Continue reading

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