Tag Archives: weekend

Thank God it’s Monday!

I’m too tired to write, ’cause I had a lie-in, You might think that the two wouldn’t mix, But after a weekend from Hell with the pond I was ready for crossing the Styx. There was panic on Saturday morning … Continue reading

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The Ghost Ship – Steve Tanham

The Ghost Ship —- They come from land and some by wave To travel brave and not unnerved Across a globe described by one Who sees in numbers straight and curved —- That one, disgraced, must face a queen Must … Continue reading

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Panics quietly stage left…

It is that time of year. The time when my bedroom starts to ressemble a theatrical costume department, the days suddenly start racing by far too quickly and The Day approaches with panic-inducing velocity. Not that I am starting to … Continue reading

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The Weekend – Elizabeth Mclaughlin- #writephoto

Times Square was busy as usual, flooded with tourists and local street artists trying to make a living. The cell phone chimed as I brushed through crowds that collected in front of theaters and shops. I slid my hand into my … Continue reading

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Harvest of Being

In September the moors will still bear their crown of heather, veiled in autumn mists and the promise of gold. The moors around Ilkley are my heart’s home, a place that is, for me, unlike any other. At Solstice Steve, … Continue reading

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Weird weekend

Back from another trip north, I fought my way to the door through an overgrown garden with a list of jobs as long as the proverbial arm. Certainly longer than my hobbit-sized one. I shall simply close my eyes for … Continue reading

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Initiating coundown…

Ten past six and the alarm is buzzing. I hunt through the pockets of the dressing gown to hush it… it is never needed, I am always up long before it sounds. This morning I have been up for hours. … Continue reading

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A day in Albion

There are periwinkles and violets in flower by the roadside and the bluebell leaves are pushing up through the wet earth in the woodlands and celandines are beginning to gild the grassy banks. Today the rain continues and it is … Continue reading

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Driving north

“Where’s Ani?” said my younger son, peering round the room suspiciously. Under normal circumstances he would not have made it through the door without being leaped upon in ecstasy… “She’s not home yet…” “Doesn’t seem right… way too quiet….” “…and … Continue reading

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Walking in Circles

It has been a very busy week, almost entirely without internet access or even a decent phone signal. Much has gone beautifully, some things most definitely not as planned and others have just been a sheer joy. Friday I woke … Continue reading

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