Daily Archives: December 12, 2017

There I Was, Doing This Job… #writephoto – Geoff Le Pard

‘Morning Harry.’ ‘John. You well?’ John Plont climbed into the van and turned up the heating. ‘Missus was a bit runky and the mutt had a touch of the dribblets but otherwise, can’t complain. You got the worksheet?’ Harry Pettimoron … Continue reading

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Portal – pensitivity #writephoto

Alex had found the tunnel by accident and it took the sting out of living in a town where he didn’t want to be and a rented house he hated. He was drawn to it every day until it became … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Invitation: Christmas Reflections with D. G. Kaye

Well, so far, for my campaign to not be dressed in something silly this year..after the antler debacle… I’ve had letters from cats, dogs, and various other creatures, including two-legses. What is really heartwarming is that, seeing a small dog … Continue reading

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Help Needed setting up the Book Tour for Lazy Days…

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? There we were, a family of six on the Norfolk Broads for the first time. Was this a good sign? ? ? I might have chosen the wrong time to try…

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#WritePhoto – Portal by Ritu

That portal looks dirty, No, don’t get all flirty If my shoes get ruined, you’ll pay!” Said Ken to Barbie ” Oh Babe, Just trust me please, I pray Just through there we’ll go And you’ll find the snow I’m … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night (4) – Leaving the Temple

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
The Riddles of the Night weekend, created and hosted by Sue Vincent and Stuart France, reached a dark crescendo on the Saturday night. One of the Arbor Low stones in our torchlight – that’s…

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A Harmony of Eight – Stuart France

* The point sits at the centre of the square, where its two diagonals intersect. * * From the same intersection, another square can be drawn at right angles to the first. Like this, we create eight equidistant points. * … Continue reading

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Heed – from Sight at Journey #writephoto

“Eye, an eye, you have to see the eye. Why,Why,Why is there a need to try? If you don’t you’ll get fried. See the eye. I’m already worn out so I won’t try. Make one mistake and you will die. … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night: Knights, saints and ley lines…

Walking through the town towards the church in Bakewell, I couldn’t help thinking that it was all a bit weird. There were inexplicable gaps between what we had seen and what we had been brought to realise, gaps that were … Continue reading

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Angels, Angels, everywhere… Stuart France

* “The Elizabethans followed Medieval lines of belief with regard to the angels yet confused, omitted, or misunderstood many of the finer details.” * * “They were convinced that the angels, as agents of ‘pure intellect’, acted as intermediaries between … Continue reading

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