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The Rollright Stones and me

The first time I visited the Rollright Stones, on the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire, I fell in love with the place. It was in the mid 1990’s and it had just been sold by the elderly lady who had owned it for many years and charged a very small admission fee that went to the Cats League or some such charity. 1,379 more words


A Pumpkin Patch in Prague

The weather has turned autumnal and the leaves have gone fallish and so we went to the botanical garden to look at the harvest. Pumpkins, of course, are not native to the Czechs Republic, or even the entirety of Europe really. 913 more words


Top Corner! Five Fantastic FIFA Tracks

By Callum Thornhill (@Cal_Thornhill)

There is no secrecy or mystery between the linking of football and music. The terraces are constantly changing iconic lyrics with the names of their nippy winger or slating the opposition with “____ are falling apart, again” to the tune of… 564 more words


Posterized Predictions: Rookie Of The Year

Well it’s here.. the start of the NBA season is upon us! So we’ve looked deep into our crystal balls and come up with a set of predictions. 832 more words

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Songs I'm Listening To - 22nd October

It’s been a few weeks since I wrote down the artists/songs/albums currently spinning about my Spotify playlists, so I felt it was all due for an update. 508 more words


Two years has gone
and still feels like yesterday

Wound that never healed
Blood that keeps flowing

Living imperfectly
Wondering what future may bring.

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NPR News: Learning To Care For My Newborn Was A Humbling Experience

Learning To Care For My Newborn Was A Humbling Experience
I’m a doctor, and I oversee public health programs to help new mothers and infants. When my son was born, I discovered just how vitally important that help is.

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