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decisive moment

You take hundreds of photographs

roses, orchids, rhododendrons

in bloom, after the rain,

mountains, rivers, forests

misty mornings, sunsets.

Are you gathering a basket

of experiences against forgetting? 65 more words

Three letter words.

I started reading the book of Isaiah last week, I’ve only gone as far as the first seven chapters, see what I learnt:

         A grotesque romance… 289 more words

Lines

Far from Brooklyn

«I have to go. I need to go home. It’s getting late. My family does not know where I am. I should call my mother. I feel bad that I did not call her. 311 more words

Dementia

60>800days

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In (approximately) 800 days** I will be hitting the big 40. It’s not something I really want to think about just yet, but after passing up the opportunity to move starting a new life in Brighton and developing my then popular website 15 years ago, I’ve been thinking a lot about where I want to take things in life. 118 more words

Deleting Phil

Episode 291: Lost For Words

As many of you know, I really love words and the fun that can be had with them. However, as you get older (so I’m told), you might have a bit of job trying to remember a particular word that you were searching for. 185 more words

Humour

The Album Launch

What is it about a launch? You invariably spend months carefully planning every detail – choosing exactly the right wording for invitations, deliberating over food and drink options, briefing the venue manager on what you want, scheduling the running-order for the most entertaining, smooth-running and unforgettable event ever, contemplating crowd management issues – all that before you even present your product, which itself will be the culmination of years of study, application, creativity, investment of energy and resources, and of course those thousands of hours of practice. 668 more words

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Button, Button, Who's Got the Button?

Do you lose things? Misplace your glasses, keys, cellphone, or worse?

A few weeks ago I saw advertised a bit of wizardry called TrackR bravo, a coin-sized, wireless device that attaches to anything you want to track. 493 more words

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