Category Archives: travel

Time Bookends

03:45 The time when most people are fast asleep. Dreaming and rejuvenating. Normally waking at this time, she would be dragged into life, furry eyed and gritty mouthed, into slow alertness. This time it was a relief. The nagging, throbbing … Continue reading

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The joys of WFH

In life I am fortunate. There are many joys. Today I was lucky enough to be working from home and this brought its own particular joys. I know we don’t all have this luxury, some don’t have a job; some … Continue reading

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The scent of a journey.

In an open top car life is a very different experience. Your senses come a live, they force you to take note. In a quiet yet insistent way, the world makes its impression. We all revelled in the glorious sunshine … Continue reading

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The East Croydon Bank

I pass through East Croydon twice a day at least eight times a week. Generally my commuting highlights appear when I am closer to home and in the countryside. Frankly, if I stop and think about it I am biased … Continue reading

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The exciting life of Mini Trevor

Mini Trevor felt a frisson of anticipation, something was going on and he was the centre of all the attention. Objects were massing in a cloud around him, some ordered and some chaotic. One with sparkles appeared and the later … 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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