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Acquaintances here or friends there?

Today, I suffered a moral dilemma. As anyone with a peripatetic life knows, friendship is a constant challenge. In my life, where most of my friends are seafarers or English teachers or “serial relocators”, it’s more challenging still. 316 more words


Private Saxophone Lessons in Oxfordshire

My name is Helen Finnegan, I am a graduate of music from City University London, specialising in saxophone studies with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. 121 more words


The Road to 65, Mile 164: Base Camps

May 11, 2015, Prescott- I often get to thinking, especially this time of year, about the base camps I’ve known, in my all-too-peripatetic life.  Saugus really didn’t count, as most of my wandering in the early days was around town, or over to Lynn, a long walk, or short bus ride, away.   420 more words



The path I have chosen is paved with books.

Civilisation20: The amazing Aristotle

Welcome to the ‘Civilisation’ blog series. This is my attempt to categorise some of history’s most famous (and infamous) names. Sometimes it’s serious and sometimes it’s silly. 515 more words

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Groom of the King's Close Stool

My throat, grimy as the 101,
every day I swallow every car
on this grimy expressway
heading home,
step over the grime and dirt
of my carpet floor. 253 more words

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Learning to play the Clarinet

This term in Willow Class we are very lucky to have the musical expertise of Mrs Palmer. Today we started to learn the clarinet in C (a brand new experience for Mr Brown too!) which went very well. 8 more words