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At the beginning of this month I set myself a task of posting a blog a day as part of NaBloPoMo, or National Blog Posting Month. This period included a long holiday in Tenerife, and my return to the chill … Continue reading
The boarding school for disabled children to which I was sent, aged eight, was an Elizabethan mansion with a lake, a river, and it’s own walled kitchen garden. It was quite different to the terraced house I was used to … Continue reading
Earlier this month I posted about my arrival, aged eight, at a ‘special’ boarding school for disabled children. Some of my friends / readers said they’d like to hear more: so, be careful what you wish for! Rigid callipers locked … Continue reading
Piercing cold creeps past Shivering boughs, ice laden. Freezing mist drifts low.
Today I have a guest blogger! I have introduced my good friend Huda to the haiku. Huda has written many things, but here is her very first haiku: I hope you like it as much as I do. Frozen ice … Continue reading
Bright red acer glows: Warmth of sunny summer days Persists to winter.