Tag Archives: Don and Wen

Moons of Mountain Ana: Laburnum… Stuart France

* With almost perfect symmetry little Josh wants to take some flowers back to Mum. * He plucks from the two Laburnum grown together over a garden gate; harmonious estate, or the strain of embrace, stretching… to cleave ? Continue … Continue reading

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Moons of Mountain Ana: Sulk… Stuart France

* Becky’s sulk face is adamant with indignation. If she only knew how perilous it is to neglect the young. * …Our roles are reversed for the tale of mum and dad and a kitchen knife, which Fiona tells in … Continue reading

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Paul Andruss reviews The Initiate…

Reblogging this splendid review by Paul Andruss of The Initiate. Paul Andruss, is the author of Thomas the Rhymer & Finn Mac Cool, has been a popular guest on the blog. He made our day when he sent us this… … Continue reading

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Moons of Mountain Ana: Hoot… Stuart France

* When Gramps turned up wearing Nancy’s gold ring, Jenny thought it was a hoot. Continue reading at Stuart France

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Moons of Mountain Ana… Stuart France

* Mountain Ana made the phone to scream. Squeal of a thousand pigs! Fingers of pain… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Papal Bull…

Celtic Saint instrumental in the Eucharist of Fish and Loaves?… * The Venerable Bede recorded in his Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, a copy of the letter written in 601AD which Pope Gregory sent to Abbot Mellitus, who was part of … Continue reading

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Seeing Stones…

* “…Those who waited with her, high on the hill had prepared her. She had been bathed in the sacred spring that ran from the chalk below this place, winding as a clear stream into the valley. There was a … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Heron…

Dear Wen… I Saw a Heron myself over the weekend… in flight… following the path of the river…the river Don actually… may have to start referring to it as the river Me… he he he… Looks like we’ll be going … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Heron…

Dear Don, Hope the weather up there is less miserable than it is here today. It hasn’t been the best of weeks so apart from walking the dog and trying to find somewhere to park and catch the heron that … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Imaginary Isles…

Dear Wen, ‘I don’t know. I wasn’t there…It’s impossible to say…’ Well, not having been invited to Ashbourne of course… The bell clapper sounding hollowly is an analogy of a lost soul… The bell or the ‘silent shell’ is the … Continue reading

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