Category Archives: Physiotherapy

Thursday photo prompt – Empty #writephoto

Use the image below to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 29th March and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent – A Visit

Dear Santa… ‘Twas a fortnight till Christmas And all through the flat Not a creature was stirring She’s glad about that… She’d had quite enough Throwing balls for the day And had told me concisely To put them away. The … Continue reading

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Photo Prompt – By The River from Helen Jones

Reblogged from Helen Jones at Journey to Ambeth . Helen chose to begin a longer story in response to the photo prompt: By The River The snow was crisp, the kind that crunched underfoot, footsteps left clear as though stepping … Continue reading

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A ladder of angels… Bath Abbey

We had to  go to the Abbey while we were in Bath. There had been a brief initial look at the exterior before lunch, but we were still talking at full pelt, so had left the visit for a while, … Continue reading

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The blogger in question

There is a new blogger in town. So far, only his ‘About’ page is up, but that, I think, will be the start of something special. He has a story to tell and a journey to share. The blogger in … Continue reading

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The spider in the glass

The conversation was getting pretty deep when an ear-splitting scream shattered the evening. Ani darted up from her rest, confused but barking on the general principle that anything that could cause that sound from one of her boys needed attacking. … Continue reading

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Nick and the BBC

“You’ll have to be here by seven…” It was just as well that I was too, as Nick was still fast asleep and he didn’t have long. The phone rang half an hour later and Nick was live on air … Continue reading

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My son, the triathlete…

You may know my son’s story. For once, I have no problem repeating it for those who do not. I have a very good reason for it that I have been bursting to share! In 2009 my son was 25… … Continue reading

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This little piggy…

A foot was thrust into my line of vision with an injunction to look. Unable to think of a suitable retort to this unusual command, I complied. The foot appeared to be just that… a foot. Not a particularly attractive … Continue reading

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Riverbank

There was no way Stuart was going to let me drag him back up on the moors again after the ice-cream. We were supposed to be conserving energy ready for the early start on Saturday morning so I suggested we … Continue reading

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