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A Sad Goodbye to Farthings

              

–  after twenty years. Not that anyone has ever been able to buy something for the old currency of a farthing but what a lovely place this has been. 174 more words

Brighton - Out And About

Living in the moment.

      

            

          – the flutter of wings, the man with the bag of seed, a lone musician.

The Pavilion Gardens

Brighton - Out And About

Poetry London's Spring Launch in brief.

I was up in London at Kings Place this week
despite the fact I have had problems with my eyes and hate the the cold weather! 163 more words

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A cheerful robin and changing light...

only one cabbage but the joys of pottering about on our wonderful allotment on the Weald.

   

   

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What would we have done without Alice?

Our family never stopped performing with characters from Alice in Wonderland. Today marks the anniversary of the day Lewis Carroll was born on 27th February 1832. 109 more words

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Sir John Betjeman loved burnt toast.

Sir John Betjeman loved burnt toast according to letters and details I read about him in an attempt to write this poem in Postman’s Park last year. 321 more words

Cheer Yourself Up On A Dull Day

Dancing Skeletons Re-discovered

A tiny bit of footage from entertainment of the late 50s and 60s- a more innocent age?  My mother and I were trying to re- create some of our cabaret act all of 20 years ago! 185 more words

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