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“Time Flies”

And the older you grow, the faster it seems to escape you.

I thought about writing a column that consisted of nothing but cliche’s and phrases from songs,  to describe the chaos of the last few weeks as a way of making excuses as to why so little has been produced on these pages. 91 more words

Ray Visotski

Madrid

TEMPUS FUGIT

A veces algunos echan de menos la capital, donde están sus amigos, sus cosas, su barrio, su lugar de siempre. A veces y, casualmente, en momentos de enfado o de morriña. 328 more words

2015

Small is Beautiful

Two things happened to me a little while ago.
One was quite a small thing by usual standards, but it was rather lovely.
The second thing was quite major and upsetting. 115 more words

Words And Pictures

Tempus fugit

Reading this post on the Wild Hunt blog got me to thinking a little bit about time, on a day when I had already encountered… 219 more words

Everyday Stuff

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