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1915 - January 28

A very cold night and a very hard frost – un-heated railway carriages concentrate cold and are really colder than the air outside. Lunch in the town. 33 more words

British Army

1915 - January 25

I hear Kitchener has given an order that all wives are to leave France whether employed or not. Taking a train up the line to see how things are working. 47 more words

British Army

It's a Wonderful Life.

It is truly Duck Season.  All the ducks are looking for mates; even me.  My life is different though.

My name is Ducky.  I was brought to Fallen Feathers after I was taken from my nest.  599 more words


First Few Weeks

Wow! My apologies it’s been over a week since I last wrote on my blog. I can’t believe how fast time has passed! A lot has happened. 540 more words

Asper School Of Business

Rouen ⋅ France

Rouen was our introduction to Normandy – the first of many stops on that trip – and we were bowled over by this charming town with its half-timbered homes and beautiful churches and cathedrals. 444 more words


The Voynich Affair: Chapter 12

Have you ever met someone whose upbringing was unusual, to say the least? Theo West is one such man.

The Voynich Affair Chapter 12

Late the next morning, after leisurely baths in their separate rooms and breakfast together in the charming morning room of the hotel, West explained that the Seine wound like a snake toward the port town of Le Havre, and in one of the oxbows just west of Rouen nestled a green space called the Forest of Roumare. 1,899 more words

Romance Fiction


Hailing from Rouen, France, Mannequins released the album Worthless late last year and it’s been on near-constant repeat since I stumbled across it.

It was a close-run thing between album opener… 62 more words