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Pink knickers, wine, roses and the wisdom of breast checks.

 ‘In the pink’  meaning  ‘in perfect condition’, especially of health. 

                                  

And I have just raided the house to find everything that’s pink in support of breast cancer awareness and included my poem ‘Don’t Throw Away the Daisies’. 321 more words

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SAD and the most beautiful things in the world

I am thinking about the fact that October is usually the start of the SAD season, Seasonal Affective Disorder, but the summer has gone on and on knocking any sign of autumnal blues out of the window. 360 more words

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'Spike' at The Komedia

SPIKE – a show celebrating the work of Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers and their Goon Show personnas.  John Henty introduced us to some classic extracts of Goon humour including the Ying tong Song on a 78 record. 351 more words

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'From troubles of the world I turn to ducks'

Ducks by Frank-W-Harvey 

I’ve always liked this poem. In our family when things got tough, one of us would often end a conversation with ‘From troubles of the world I turn to ducks’.   492 more words

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Eating the garden

I am sitting happily in the garden, writing a bit, painting a card for a friend’s birthday and keeping hunger at bay with the odd snack from the garden. 360 more words

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Autumnal pleasures

                               

Writing, painting and puppetry are all creative, but sometimes I wonder if creating a garden over the last six years or setting up our allotment over the last three hasn’t been equally creative. 116 more words

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