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Stone head 24: puzzled

Pistol: Discuss unto me; art thou officer?
Or art thou base, common and popular?
Henry V, Act IV Scene 1

Puzzled-looking medieval helmeted soldier… 7 more words

Wales

Amesbury plays well in 4-1 loss to D3 powerhouse St. Mary's of Lynn

(Amesbury MA) Amesbury didn’t make a full recovery from the nightmarish 16-15 loss to Newburyport last game but their improved play was noticeable.

The Indians (2-2) lost, 4-1, to a very strong St. 750 more words

Amesbury

Out and About

Here are some more pictures of the plant life I have noticed on my travels over the last couple of weekends.

This is a Common Dog Violet ( 172 more words

Raising Trouble...

Being My Father’s Son part II: Raising Trouble

The earliest memory I have of ever really fighting with my father was when I was probably about 6 years old. 1,217 more words

Black Ink And Inksights

April 27, 2014

2ND SUNDAY OF EASTER

ACTS 2:14a, 22-32

14 Then Peter stood up with the Eleven, raised his voice and addressed the crowd:

22 “Men of Israel, listen to this: Jesus of Nazareth was a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders and signs, which God did among you through him, as you yourselves know. 718 more words

What's Happening

Isles of Scilly Walks festival inspires idea for new Cornish Snapper story

It was an honour to be asked to lead the first hike in this year’s Walk Scilly festival last weekend. It is one of the most enjoyable walks festivals that is staged regularly in the UK in my opinion – but for much of the time my mind was on other things. 42 more words

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