a photogenic world
You know you’re in a town with a bit of history when you see street names ending in “gate”. In Durham there’s Framwellgate, Milburngate, Crossgate and Gilesgate for example. 589 more words
5 days, 6 hours ago
My husband’s answer to “…but you have to keep it in the garage”.
And yes, I’m tearing the beds apart.
1 week ago
We told the kids that if they didn’t find all the eggs Zombie Jesus would take them back to his cave. Best parents ever, right??
1 week, 3 days ago
Back in my younger days my inner nerd was satisfied by hours spent on Sunday afternoons playing Dungeons & Dragons (coincidentally with the same George Mitchell mentioned in my last Merseyside post). 592 more words
1 week, 5 days ago
Insights from "Inside"
“How was your day today?”
absent minded perfunctory inquiry
Kinda interesting actually.
I was kidnapped by naked
wolf-nymphs and forced
to guzzle moonbeamshine… 43 more words
2 weeks ago
Continuing my exploration of the long exposure technique with another lighthouse – sort of.
I’ve come to the mouth of the Tyne where lights are in abundance. 577 more words
2 weeks, 5 days ago
These are the things I’ll admit to doing when my helper is on her (much deserved) annual holiday.
– I’ll put clean clothes straight out of the washing machine into a baking dish in order to stash them somewhere clean so I can hang them up “later” 97 more words
3 weeks ago