Monthly Archives: September 2013

September Blues

Almost at the end of September pay-day is just in sight which heralds the end of another month.  September.   How can I assess September? On the bright side the weather has been beautiful perhaps not quite an Indian summer but some beautiful balmy days … Continue reading

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The Return

The Return Christine smelt it first that sweet pungent fishy smell that could only mean one thing, one town and one never forgotten person. It was a time and a place Christine had firmly put in her past.  Marked down … Continue reading

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Daddy What did you do in the Great War?

“Daddy what did you do in the Great War?” She sat on his lap with her “I want an answer and I want it now face” of a seven-year old who was used to getting what she wanted when she … Continue reading

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There is a time for seasons even winter.

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a … Continue reading

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