Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Rycharde Haythornthwaite Story Chapter 2

Chapter 1 of this story that includes an explanation of how I discovered Rycharde’s life story can be found here Chapter 2 January 1894: Rycharde Meade Haythornthwaite born 4 January 1894 in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. The late 19th century; a great … Continue reading

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Crabs…do you suppose they get crabby after being caught countless times during crabbing?

I wouldn’t like to be a crab; not because they are incapable of walking forwards, or backwards for that matter; I suppose I would eventually get used to the idea of turning away from my intended destination in order to … Continue reading

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I’m following a tree for Loose and Leafy @LucyCorrander #treefollowing Part 8

We’re two thirds of our way through Lucy’s #treefollowing blog year which means my tree has reached a horticultural milestone. Why? You may well ask; and I will tell you. After a somewhat, for royalty (it’s a Royal Gala), ignominious start in … Continue reading

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October already. Is it just me or is time flying by at supersonic speed? As the Romans said…tempus fugit

We are all guilty of it at some time in our lives, rushing around, organising our lives by the second. But before we know it, life has passed us by. The poem is written as a parent to a son, … Continue reading

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