Apparently I have ancestors who lived in the north east, which may explain my predilection for walking in the area. … Continue reading Living for the weekend
“How is life treating you in isolation? Are you staying sane?” Lisa messaged me on Thursday. I was out for … Continue reading Not in a month of Sundays
“Oh, listen,” Linda exclaimed, “look, there. There it is.” She pointed upwards to our left as a skylark rose, threading … Continue reading A journey of a thousand miles begins with a first step – Chinese proverb
A recent post had highlighted the benefits of living in awe and wonder and had been prompted by an article … Continue reading Gone with the wind
“I’ll have a cappucinoo and a lattee please,” the gravelly tones of a north east accent softly wove local dialect … Continue reading Walking in famous footsteps
“Well, Sainsbury’s now,” I messaged a friend on Friday evening, “extra supplies for the weekend as Jonathan is here. And … Continue reading In search of the sun
“Gosh, it’s like diamonds. Look, come and see,” Jane beckoned me over from the path and I joined her on … Continue reading Tales of the Unexpected
“Now run, as fast as you can. Just run,” the instructor advised. The lad headed off down the hill, dog … Continue reading The hills are alive…..
“If I couldn’t use my hands, I’d be speechless,” Linda declared. There are times when her astute observations bring us … Continue reading Once upon a time?
“Silly beggars, they should be shopping.” muttered Linda as her feet swam through ankle deep mud. We had just passed … Continue reading Far from the madding crowd