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Ah, forgot to introduce myself.

There is “About” page but I thought it would be nicer to tell you a little about myself. And that “little” will not be the “official” presentation. 136 more words

The New Year - 2018!

This morning, the first day of 2018, started grey, cold and wet … then the sun came out. Light bounced off droplets, fresh shoots pushed up through the moss – it was bright and wonderful, still cushioned in autumn bronze. 14 more words

The UK

Happy Christmas ... may there be peace and goodwill

The Phraser will be on pause for Christmas. Here is a tiny handmade video of carol singers on a train platform. This was filmed from the bridge over the tracks so it is all a bit long-distance – a meander, caught on our commute home. ๐Ÿš‚Best viewed with sound.๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽ†

The UK

Christmas in London ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ„

Today Aaron from 5th Grade was ย telling ย us about his last trip to London.

Thanks, Aaron!

It was very interesting and now everybody in class wants to go there! 18 more words

All Grades

Interview with Barnaby Rogerson: Part II - Eland and travel writing

It is late November 2017, and I am with Barnaby Rogerson, author and expert on North Africa, whose latest book, In Search of Ancient North Africa – A History in Six Lives… 1,387 more words

Interviews

Interview with Barnaby Rogerson: Part I - North Africa

The day is sunny, the bus ride easy, and the grey door is exactly where it should be. There are no signs … just a button to press, and then a set of narrow grey stairs to follow in a spiral to the top. 1,743 more words

Interviews

Review: BBC One - Attenborough and the Giant Elephant

This powerful documentary is about a giant and those who knew him. It is fascinating, sad … and so important to watch.

Sir David Attenborough is with us from start to finish. 388 more words

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