Monthly Archives: June 2014

Stonehenge SummerSolstice for family, friends and folk from across the globe.

¬†Stonehenge: there’s something about it isn’t there? It’s¬†a family joke that I become very animated every time we drive past the site and combined with my childhood memories of being allowed to walk amongst the stones pre-barrier days, it has … Continue reading

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A poem dedicated to the sons and daughters who have lost their father to dementia & couldn’t say Happy Fathers’ Day

I miss having to buy a card, I miss having to think what to say, I miss phoning you to let you know You’re special on Fathers’ Day. I missed the last two years of your life, I missed your … Continue reading

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I’m following a tree for Loose and Leafy @LucyCorrander #treefollowing Part 4

What is about children and saplings? You feel you have to watch them; keep a beady eye on them all the time to make sure they don’t get into mischief, sometimes doing it sneakily so they don’t know you’re watching … Continue reading

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