Tag Archives: birth

Afghan Adventures ~ Mary Smith #13 #Babies

Reblogged from MarySmith’sPlace: Although Hussain didn’t encourage house visits he could never bring himself to refuse, even though experience was teaching him the messenger’s ‘emergency’ was probably nothing worse than an indigestion attack. But there was always the fear that … Continue reading

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Facing Fear With The Silent Eye, Part 4 – Life and Death ~ Helen Jones

Helen Jones continues the tale of her weekend with The Silent Eye in Derbyshire… I recently attended a workshop with The Silent Eye about Facing Our Fears, an extraordinary weekend spent among the hills and grey stone villages of the … Continue reading

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Elusive realities and strange encounters: Will you share your story..?

This post also exists as a ‘page’ in the menu, but as so many people now read on devices where the menu headings are not immediately visible, I thought it might be an idea to share it again here… there … Continue reading

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The ultimate robbery?

It was going to be one of those conversations… “… So what do you think happens then?” “Nothing… non-existence.” “So what is there to fear in that?” “Well, I’ll stop existing!” he said, as if that should explain it. “But … Continue reading

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#Schadenfreude! ~ Barb Taub…Who knew grandparenting would be so much fun? #humor #parenting

Continue reading at Barb Taub: “I’m worried about them.” My daughter was visiting her sister, who had just delivered her second child. “I don’t think any of them slept for more than an hour the whole time I was there.” … Continue reading

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The Slave Girl ~ A Heart for Africa #writephoto

She watched them, filled with revulsion. They were like two animals in heat–her husband and that wretched slave girl. If she had a rifle she would blow them to smithereens but being a Christian woman, it wouldn’t do for her … Continue reading

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Be my guest…

Have a story to share? A book to promote? Need more exposure? Why not be my guest? Would you like to write a guest post and be featured on this blog?If you are a writer, artist or photographer…If you have … Continue reading

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Brood #midnighthaiku

Mam Tor, which means ‘mother hill’, is surrounded by her children, where the underlying layers of shale have caused landslips to form smaller hills at her base. The instability of the hill gave her the name of ‘shivering mountain’. The … Continue reading

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The door’s always open…

Would you like to write a guest post and be featured on this blog? If you are a writer, artist or photographer… If you have a poem, story or memoirs to share… If you have a book to promote, a … Continue reading

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Be my guest…an invitation

It’s five o’clock, the page looks bare… There’s not a guest post anywhere… Though I invite and beg and plead There’s only my words here to read. So, authors with a brand new book, If you’d like folks to take … Continue reading

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