Tag Archives: youth

One for Colin

  A Facebook friend has been asking for more of my stories, so I am re-posting this old one.  I apologise if you’ve read it in a previous post. I hope to return to writing new stories very soon.    … Continue reading

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A Dreadful Waste

      Having spent some quality time, recently, with my lovely grandchildren, I was startled by how quickly they are growing up.  The youngest is now a cheerful and delightfully charming 8 years old. …….Which is, in my opinion, … Continue reading

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Do They Still ‘Snog’ in the Back Row at the Cinema ?

  Well ….Do they ? I only ask because, whilst flicking through the  Radio Times  last night, I noticed that one of the channels is showing, what they call  ‘Classic Films‘  every day. Actually, the name may be a little … Continue reading

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Faded Beauty

  I adore tulips …..I think they are my favourite  ‘cut‘  spring flower. Daffodils, crocus and snowdrops look wonderfully cheerful when blooming in the garden, but tulips ….indoors, in a vase ….. have a simple elegance that appeals to me. … Continue reading

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Day 14 of 100 Pleats ……… Seeing Things From The Other Side

Day 14 of the 100 Pleats Challenge ……that’s TWO WHOLE WEEKS !!   So ….I thought it was about time you all had a different view ……. a look at the Other Side of my French Pleat. All my other photos have shown the … Continue reading

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Rambling Thoughts; Day 4 of 100 Pleats and a Very Short Story

  Day 4  of 100 pleats and you find me in a ‘happy hippy’ mood ……..all  ‘love and  peace and flowers in my hair ‘ Back in my youth, I almost always wore a flower in my hair.  Usually this was … Continue reading

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Fitting In

The first time I saw her, she was a thin, scrawny little scrap of humanity, of maybe about 9 or 10. Blonde hair stuck to her face by wind and rain, her little hooded coat less than adequate against the … Continue reading

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