Foreword: This is another piece that I originally wrote for Theod Magazine back in the mid-90′s. Much like my Penda “saga” it was the first detailed treatment of the subject in modern Germanic Heathen literature. 5,906 more words
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Pinner is classic suburbs. Lovely well kept houses, neat lawns, tidy hedges but as John Betjemen’s quote suggests some relics of past times remains……in this case on the junction of Waxwell Road and Uxbridge Road. 377 more words
Yes, thanks, back up and about again now.
I am fortunate enough to be able to enjoy my illnesses.
Observing the rapid shrinkage of the ‘Body World’ and the necessary re-assessment of the challenges this brings is a constant source of entertainment along with the corresponding expansion of the ‘Inner World’. 369 more words
The attendance in Hemlock is outstanding! We were the overall winners for attendance last half term, and so we were privileged to have the attendance mascot spend a week in our room. 50 more words
I’ve recently been reading books by author G.A. Henty. These books that I have read have been about Saxons in England. I would like to describe what I have learned about the Saxon culture, mainly through reading the books The Dragon and the Raven, and Wulf the Saxon. 200 more words