Category Archives: Author/Writer, Raconteur

Tales from a often amusing life but never a dull one. If you have never been sad then you can never be glad.

Another One Free

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An Irreverent Take On My Favourite Book

“Where are we going Piglet?” asked Pooh. “We need to get supplies,” said Piglet. “For the Coronavirus” “Ahh,” said Pooh, nodding in understanding. “Things like bread, milk, cough mixture, tissues, and cat litter even though we don’t have a cat?” … Continue reading

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Again

Again To smell the perfume of an unfurling rose. To relive the moment when it was love you chose. To know the sublime feeling of a summers night, As you lay together until the breaking daylight. © 2020, Daniel Kemp … Continue reading

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On Windover Hill and The Oddness of Time

Originally posted on Mick Canning:
Yesterday, we joined a walk to the Long Man of Wilmington, on the South Downs in Sussex. The walk was led by composer Nathan James, and Justin Hopper, the author of The Old Weird Albion.…

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An Honour

I had to go back into the hospital at the beginning of this week and with a heavy heart back to wearing a catheter for possibly 6 weeks until I’m ready for yet another operation. So not unnaturally I was … Continue reading

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God’s Distribution of Luck

  I came out of a hospital yesterday having had a catheter and stent finally removed after, in the case of the stent—seven weeks. I was unlucky in some ways with the operation I’d had, but lucky in others and … Continue reading

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#Still #writephoto

Originally posted on The Light Behind the Story:
Photo Credit: Sue Vincent Still The body, subject to the mind, reaches for more, grabbing at an illusion never realized. It seeks to be sustained by want collecting treasures to adorn it.…

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I Love My Blogger Group

Originally posted on Old Things R New:
On the Porch Onisha Ellis Life has been a combination of hectic and slow this past two weeks. My husband’s breathing and energy levels have swung wildly, somedays hour by hour. I am…

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Thanks

I was agonising over my latest visit to the hospital thinking of all the bad stories I’d heard about people with similar problems and how they were affected after having catheters removed. So, when I was discharged yesterday after a … Continue reading

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