My new Christmas slippers are like little mangers for my feet, warm and welcoming. There is nothing to say the labours of the day are over more than when you get back home and find your slippers waiting for you, comfortingly where you left them. Or is this really the case? Slippers have a secret… Read More My New Christmas Slippers
Blogging 101 Day 4 Task 4 – Write for your ideal audience and try to include a new element in your post. Oh I am so pleased you have found me at last. Come in, come in, I’m sure it must have been a long and tiring journey. Did you bring wine? Never mind, I’ll… Read More For Your Eyes Only
Blogging 101 Day 2 Task 2 – try making changes to blog title and tagline to properly capture identity of self and blog. Oh, I found this difficult, and I’m not sure if I will stick with these changes – feedback most appreciated! My original title “Frothy Filosofy” made sense to me, hinting at a… Read More Making Changes
Blogging 101. Day 1. Task 1 – Introduce myself and my blog. Yes, I have signed up for another WordPress project! Some of you might already know a bit about me and this blog, so apologies for any repetitions. Hopefully I will be meeting some new people too. About Me I was very shy and… Read More Hello World – This is Me!
Yesterday afternoon my attention was drawn to what looked like an interesting party taking place on a table in a pub garden on the banks of the River Nene at Barnwell Upper Lock. Wasps were flying in and out of a pint glass that had a couple of centimeters of cider in the bottom. Some… Read More The Wasp Party
Today they came to take Raymond away, my friend for the past three months who suddenly appeared in my life and grew before my eyes. He changed my view of the road ahead, added a little sparkle when he caught the first of the morning light and the last rays of the setting sun on… Read More Saying Goodbye to Raymond
For the past few weeks, I have had a constant companion with me while driving. Let me introduce you to the crack in my windscreen. It has been fascinating watching him (or her?) grow a little day by day, spreading across the screen like a glacial fissure, the edges reflecting the early morning sun on… Read More Make Friends with Your Crack