Tag Archives: Autumn

One Year On

The trees are telling us Autumn is around the corner.  I saw blackberries and today, we have formally started back with school work.  It is that time again to do my annual assessment of what has grown and changed.  Most … Continue reading

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School in the Swing and Things

It really is no chore to take my lovely husband to the station first thing in the morning when the station’s neighbour welcomes us like this! Having wished him well for the day, I returned home to see the Carneddau … Continue reading

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“Look Mummy! I’m Raining”

Living with and educating a child with a specific language impairment has the most delightful moments.  I was treating our poorly horse this evening and Miss Puddleduck came with me.  She didn’t help, wafting the torch in the eyes of … Continue reading

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The North Wind Doth Blow…

…and we shall all feel the temperature drop below 10°c.  Autumn, in it’s usual vestments, welcomes our attention: Damp smells of soggy leaves, first thing in the morning; Colourful fungi competing with the colours of the tree leaves; Darkness hemming … Continue reading

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New Colours Call for New Ways

With the door slowly closing on summer, I am standing with my foot stuck in it refusing to let the door close and admit that it is autumn.  But the horses kick up fallen leaves on our early morning rides … Continue reading

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