Daily Archives: December 17, 2019

Smorgasbord hosts Mike Biles – A Bit About Britain – The A-Z of Christmas in Britain – Part Three – Holly and Ivy to Sprouts

Reblogged from Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord: Delighted to welcome Mike Biles, author of A Bit About Britain’s History as a guest writer until the end of the year. And up to Christmas, Mike will be sharing the background some of the … Continue reading

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Arrayed ~ Kerfe Roig #writephoto

I visited the Collage Box Oracle for Sue Vincent’s photo prompt, below. all life is flow we mix and match waves that return only to disappear Continue reading at K- Lines that Aim to Be

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Bau: My Favorite Book

Originally posted on Carol Balawyder:
I am extremely disappointed that my mistress did not include me in her latest book – not even as inspiration for a character – especially since I spent incalculable hours on my mistress’s lap comforting…

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How ill? ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard, aka Jim Webster: I feel that it ill-becomes a chap to take advantage of another person’s illness, but sometimes you just have to stand back and admit that you have witnessed true genius at work. One … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent 2019! A Mystery… and a letter from Dante-Dawg

Okay, Santa, Another week and I’m safe from the antlers! So many friends have come to my rescue…it’s wonderful! And so many of them are not asking for much for themselves either. They all seem to be thinking about others. … Continue reading

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Keys of Heaven (3): the synchronicity of kindness ~ Steve Tanham

There’s a certain ‘presence’ about kindness. Like the spiritual – or, more likely, as a part of it – the act of unexpected kindness drops into our lives like a messenger from the ‘Gods’. So it was with our visit … Continue reading

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Chill ~ Sadje #writephoto

She had reached the end of her patience. She won’t take another day of this miserable existence, she told herself. Here her life lay barren and cold. Nothing to show for all the years of compromise and bending her will … Continue reading

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A sack of Jack…

* “To approach each and every situation with an agenda, hidden or otherwise, is to be as far removed from ‘the now’, as it is possible to get.” * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Punishment Meted Out ~ Teresa Smeigh #writephoto

As the plane was coming in for a landing, Jack snapped out of his reverie. He looked across at Joanne, who was obviously thinking as well. The boys were talking quietly, but not loud enough to hear what they were … Continue reading

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Whitby Weekend: A Coastline of Ghosts

It felt odd driving down the steep hill to Runswick Bay. I had walked down… and back up… that hill so many times before, equipped with a bucket and spade or a fossil hammer, skipping along beside my grandparents. Little … Continue reading

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