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I saw Lee this morning

I was just walking, on my way back to work after picking up a fallafel from the Lithuanian cafe on the corner. They hadn’t packed it right and I felt something edging its way out of the rolled up paper, so I stopped and lifted it above my head to check. 191 more words


Now it begins.

Posts are being installed outside the eastern end of Bath Abbey to support hoarding – that could be there for more than two years – as local builders Emery’s ‘officially’ start preparing for the stabilising and reconstruction work they will be carrying out in and around the historic building. 246 more words



April 15th: I wore a shirt I wasn’t going to until I was pregnant again. I felt full of peace and comfort. It was a joy. 1,862 more words

Joy In Everyday Life

Writing is easy. Rewriting...

Rewriting is being a bit more difficult.

In addition to the trouble I’ve been having with editing the novel, my rewrites of the novelette that my… 171 more words

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A bridge with history.

Four years ago contractors began dismantling the old Destructor Bridge across the River Avon.

It would be making way for a new – coathanger-styled – connecting bridge to allow traffic in and out of the new Bath Riverside development being constructed by Crest Nicholson. 316 more words


Lyme Disease Awareness Month

It’s been a while since I’ve posted – honestly, I just haven’t been sure what to say. Not much has changed (in the fact that I’m not much better, not much worse) and yet there has been a lot going on – I had a blood clot and had to have my picc line removed, I have a ton of food allergies, histamine intolerance, gall bladder issues, and various ongoing pains and illness that are just part of daily life. 448 more words

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