Monthly Archives: November 2011

Faith, hope and china

I like china. A lot. Over the years I’ve amassed quite a collection. Not much of it is very rare or very valuable but it’s very pretty and, much to the horror of several other collectors of my acquaintance, I … Continue reading

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In No Way Worried About Ray Harryhausen

   

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A Good World

One of the many things over which Himself and I disagree is music. There are moments of convergence, XTC for example, and we were in complete agreement about walking out of church to the strains of Booker T and the … Continue reading

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Friday Night: Much As I Hate Swindon….

..and for good reason… AND Reminding me of the days when the sun actually used to shine…

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And fireworks too…

Poems (or “pomes”, as my lovely English teaching friend Marilyn Mary Mack call them) have been thin on the ground this year. This suggests that I just find them lying around like a gorgeously speckled pebble or a perfectly patinaed … Continue reading

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Friday Night Early 90s Dance

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Remember, remember….

….The fifth of November 2009. The first time I heard my husband’s voice. ‘Twas a dark and stormy night and I’d just popped into Sainsbury’s to grab a sandwich prior to taking students out to the theatre. It was quite … Continue reading

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