Daily Archives: February 7, 2017

If it had been a snake…by the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge

Reblogged from Phil, the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge: Once again they stomped out of the room knowing without looking that their superior was glaring at her through the one way glass. She sat quite still. Except there was that … Continue reading

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Guest author: Judy Martin – Meeting the neighbours

Hi Everyone, I am Judy from Edwina’s Episodes and I am thrilled and delighted to be writing a guest post here on Sue’s blog. One of the many things I love about blogging is the community that we belong to.  … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt – Low tide #writephoto

Originally posted on Robbie's inspiration:
This extract has been published for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. You can take part by clicking on this link https://scvincent.com/2017/02/02/thursday-photo-prompt-low-tide-writephoto/. A walk at low tide Our little holiday house was a very short…

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Crows, Tides, Time – methodtwomadness #writephoto

They end their flight one by one– crows at dusk –Buson Shape-shifting in the gap, the border of the map a light of shadowing, not quite prepared to reunite the tide with ebb and flow implied by intervals inside of time, … Continue reading

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Fairy tales: Faces Glimpsed in the Forest by Jan Malique

Reblogged from Strange Goings On in the Shed: Many of us have grown up with the older versions of fairy tales, visceral stories that were handed down from generation to generation. I certainly recall the earlier folk tales, devouring each … Continue reading

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Low tide – from Sarah #writephoto

pause here, to appreciate the quality of the light. We are connoisseurs of light, after all. How many times has my love sliced me a delicate sliver of moonlight, or licked the last traces of a soft pink sunrise from … Continue reading

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“Religion is a matter of diet. You must choose what suits your spiritual digestion, I suppose.” Naomi Jacob, ‘Four Generations’. Growing up, I loved the stories that Naomi Jacob wrote about the Gollantz family. I am not Jewish, though some … Continue reading

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Mother-Earth-Mound… Stuart France

* I have it in my mind that we have been to Avalon at least once since our last presentation there which was way, way, back in December Two-thousand-and-fourteen. But, when I think, it is difficult to say precisely when, … Continue reading

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Clarity #midnighthaiku

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