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Daily Archives: January 21, 2019
We came running till the end of the street, and stopped suddenly, transfixed by the magnificent artwork in front of us. “When did that happen?” my beloved exclaimed. I shook my head and replied, “I have no idea, but isn’t … Continue reading
Every time I walk past the mural on the street where I used to live, I stop and stare at it. Memories of my friend, Jesse flood my mind. He was a phenomenal artist. I honestly think he was born … Continue reading
Reblogged from Barb Taub: Last night, I heard coughing. It sounded like it was coming from beneath me.* *[No, of course not. The Hub wasn’t even home. Get your mind out of that gutter.] I sat up, stumbled out of … Continue reading
The Reverend Mother Ursula of the Sisters of the Righteous Flowers was very pleased with the fresco being done on the south wall of the chapel. The image of herself had come up in a very pleasing way, and she … Continue reading
I was scrolling through my WordPress Reader when I came across Sue Vincent’s latest #writephotoimage. When I saw it I did a double take for I spent hours yesterday making this collage – What a strange imaginative connection links Sue’s … Continue reading
Through the window, dawn smudged pastel colours across the horizon. Mist rose over fields frosted white as I watched the red blur of a fox race back to its den. I thought back to a few days before when my … Continue reading
* * * Reblogged from Stuart France