Tag Archives: Spring

Heritage Seeds

“The heritage of the past is the seed that brings forth the harvest of the future.” Tim took a picture of this written in stone in Washington DC. He showed me the photo saying he liked the quote so photographed … Continue reading

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Speaking from the Silence

It has been a long time since I have written any blog posts. I was suffering from a bout of SAPD (Seasonal Allergy to People Disorder) that I usually get once a year in the January/February time when I want … Continue reading

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Making Memories

Easter holidays began today!  Hooray!  And the children had friends over to play.  It was a day of relaxed productivity for me. The continuation of the elephant I’m making for our youngest: Only, she keeps pinching it and playing with … Continue reading

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March On with Anomalies.

Here at the end of March, I realise it has been a still month on the blog frontier.  It has been a month of much quiet contemplation and plenty of thought-filled material gathering, but no output!  I must be an … Continue reading

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A Change of Season – unpublished from 20/02/11

This is the time of year when the children have their lunch as a “mick-mick” (Jemimah) or “pink-it” (cousin Rebekah) in the tree house.  There is something so delightful about seeing the sunshine and feeling the freshness of the promise … Continue reading

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New Term Eve

A new term begins tomorrow and I watched my pupils with much amusement.  I watched them all actively doing things that somehow sum them up. Number 1:  Reading books in his bedroom on submarines and ship building that he’d just got … Continue reading

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Look what I have found in the garden! And my peaceful one…  …who has discovered what the pedals on the piano are for… …look what she found in the garden: I’m sorry, but it’s dead and was found in that … Continue reading

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