Daily Archives: July 25, 2014

The hare and the pass

The day was hot and stuffy, the air hazy and the distance indistinct. The higher the car took us into the Peaks, the more the air became breathable. We were way too early for the meeting, but weno longer had … Continue reading

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Emotional Control and Emoticons!

Alienora Taylor, speaking of the mask of the happy face that we don so often to cover real emtion and trauma. Marilyn’s post, Sour Cherries, can be found here: http://teepee12.com/2014/07/25/sour-cherries-and-happy-face/

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If you can’t stand the heat…

My eldest son is being nice to me. I’m getting compliments. He’s even phoning me to give me compliments! This, in itself, is deeply suspicious. We don’t do things that way… It is a long-established tradition that we, my sons … Continue reading

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‘Tapestry of Life’, a guest post by Karen Ralls

About a year ago I wrote an article on mosaics of stained glass and saw in them a reflection of our own lives and journeys. I have a feeling that the best analogies occur to many of us at some … Continue reading

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Review: Medieval Mysteries by Karen Ralls, Ph.D

Medieval Mysteries By Karen Ralls (Ibis Press 2014) This is, first and foremost, a beautifully produced book, lavishly and appropriately illustrated in colour. The child in each of us looks at the pictures first, of course, flicking through to get … Continue reading

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