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Invy...a visit with Kate.

Mum is becoming weaker each day, with this in mind we knew we couldn’t stray too far away from her but a short journey was possible.   731 more words


Bubbling over

“I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

Feeling thin would be nice in many respects, but not in this context, though it is a feeling many of us are familiar with in all too many ways. 743 more words

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Gold and silver

It was, I believe, Mother’s Day in the US, so it was perhaps fitting that I should get to meet up with both of my sons as well as my granddaughter today, an unusual occurrence these days. 561 more words

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Curried garlic

I recoiled as I opened the door. There had, quite apparently, been garlic the night before. Lots of garlic. Evidently in curry. And there can be few things worse than second-hand garlic, except, perhaps, walking, all unsuspecting, into a small, hermetically sealed room where the stuff has been exuded from every pore overnight. 600 more words

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Notes from a small dog LVI

This post is brought to you from behind the barricades,  somewhere under the dining table… about the only safe place in this house at the minute. 449 more words

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Caught in a web

It was a dark and stormy night…

Well, okay, actually it was a bright, sunny afternoon and all I really wanted to do was go out and play… take the dog and the camera, perhaps… look at the greenery and watch the red kites. 500 more words

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Remembered joy

For a very little while, just a few, short weeks a couple of years ago, I managed to afford dancing lessons. I had always been a dancer and ballroom had replaced the stage after the pointe shoes had to go. 716 more words

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