I visited the library yesterday, mostly to get out of the house while my wife was giving a music lesson.
In an attempt to save money and reduce clutter, I tend to read most of my magazines there, … 127 more words
“Lest we Forget” was one of the most moving and interesting events that I have ever been to. Jonathan Jones read poetry from the Great War, first from the perspective of the soldiers, and after the interval from the perspective of the women – wives, mothers and lovers left at home. 136 more words
“Lest we forget”
“we will remember them”
A poignant piece of theatre, that was timely in its presentation. Whilst we will never forget the soldiers who have fallen as a result of the many wars we have seen in our lifetimes, the focus is for the majority on the men, but what about the women? 506 more words