Monthly Archives: November 2005
I ought to write about St Andrew's Day – especially as it brings to mind visits to schools and tales of our patron saint, and every more convoluted struggles on my part to bring a legend alive. Nowadays it seems … Continue reading
Took this photo on my walk with the dog yesterday.It shows the alpine weather and surroundings.Absolute delight.
Being basically a tidy person I was struck by this comment on writing from one of May Sarton's journals: ……Writing for me is a way of understanding what is happening to me, of thinking hard things out. I hve never … Continue reading
Advent means “coming”…… Christians look forward to the coming of the Christ Child at Christmas. This is the first Christmas I am retired, so it is a good time for me over the next few weeks to look forward to … Continue reading
Not even a sparrow falls…….Yesterday it must have been not even a siskin falls…… Whilst getting ready to go out into the snow to take the dog for her much needed walk, there was a large bang at the window. … Continue reading
More weather today – this time it is snow. The worrying thing is that one of our neighbours has his own specialist snow shovel.
Yesterday's photograph shows why I chose a stay at home day. Doing some tidying up in the house made me feel very virtuous. Then I got onto the paperwork in the study. All the filing baskets were overflowing, so these … Continue reading
Another misty day …….. or do I live in a cloud?
The water came on at 3-00pm yesterday and now has gone off again. There is another burst in the main. Still, at least the water people are supposed to be totally replacing our water main before Christmas. I am at … Continue reading