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14th July

So I managed to get a transfer from store to store, now I only have to travel 4 miles a day as opposed to 40. 551 more words



The sun is hiding behind the clouds and as a cold breeze blows my hair wild goose bumps form on my upper arms. I realize how much I love dutch summers when they’re at their best. 264 more words



“We all live in an empty world, there is no life, there is no love, there is no joy.┬áThere is no identity. Who am I ? 141 more words

Brain Food


Went to St Augustine’s this morning. Tim Lewis did the sermon and it was very good. Had a lie down after lunch and then went to Roberts Park for Gracespace picnic, near the bandstand. 27 more words


My Diary

I got up convinced that 3am occurred several times in the night. I dressed like a Knights Templar and looked at an image of the dining room of my childhood home which was fading fast. 108 more words


Paul Lintier

Reveille came at two o’clock, together with orders to start at once. The Germans, we heard, had crossed the Meuse. But our artillery had no doubt registered the course of the river. 1,302 more words