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Poems More

I am rerebloging this post because I have added even more poems. the top ones on here are part of the set I performed at Anna Semlyn’s Poetry Slam at the Golden Ball (a cooperatively own pub in York). 80 more words

Fish assemblages can change rapidly along coast as water warms

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A modest warming of coastal waters can have a significant impact on juvenile fish assemblages in a period of just a few years, a newly published study has found, raising concern about the potential effects of climate change. 687 more words

Green Living

Thursday Doors

Visting Estonia is like stepping back in time to the Hansa period. It is a fascinating time capsule, full or friendly people. As Monday Mystery Photo was also in Talliin, last week, I thought I would post some doors from there too. 58 more words


The 50% Issue

Now, that is a tough one! When I made a child with a  Norwegian I felt safe in that whatever would happen to us as a couple, we would always have a 50% custody share of our child(ren) because that was a very Norwegian thing, if not Scandinavian, to do. 743 more words


Wintery Snowy Chilly

Here on the west coast winters are mild, usually hovering around the 5°C mark for most of the season.  So clouds, rain and wind are the norm. 84 more words


King Harald V's Silver Jubilee

This past weekend, King Harald V of Norway celebrated his silver jubilee, marking 25 years on the throne. Harald ascended the throne on January 17, 1991, on the death of his father, King Olav V. 149 more words



Recollected As

There are some situations
When you listen
Or are listened to
That you realise
After hearing both sides
We may never know the truth… 1,345 more words