Tag Archives: Change

Changing and Ageing

I’ve come to the conclusion that change is quite difficult for me nowadays. I used to be someone who embraced change and loved doing new things. Not so much anymore. Take yesterday, for instance. . . . . . . … Continue reading

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Enforced break

It is good to be back in blogland again. The last week or two have been an enforced rest, courtesy of power cuts, email cuts and blog-hosting problems. It is strange how unsettling it has felt, and now that all … Continue reading

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Dreaming dreams

Quote for the day from The Gift of Years by Joan Chittister. We must allow ourselves to dream about what life could really be life if eough of us demanded that it were. In our dreams lies our unfinished work … Continue reading

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The younger generation

Following the Labour Party leadership election, won by Ed Milliband, I have suddenly woken up to the fact that our country is now governed and led by a generation of 40 somethings. It is quite a thought, especially when we … Continue reading

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Cranford

Loved the new Cranford series which started on BBC1 last night (Elizabeth Gaskell). Interesting to think about a community faced with change in the mid nineteenth century¬†and then to relate it to high tech living today. It will be a … Continue reading

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