What silent secrets do your bookmarks reveal about you?
If you have books, whether just a few or a great number, I expect you keep different types in different places. As a matter of convenience, I keep my story-books in Continue reading “My Bookshelf”
“To plough and sow; to reap and mow … And be a farmer’s boy”
It seems odd to me that we celebrate harvest festival in October, when Keats’ ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’ is already under way. Surely, it could be argued, the right time to give thanks for the harvest is Continue reading “Harvest”
The refreshing drink that reaches so many unexpected places!
My title, I confess, is misspelled. The correct spelling, however, would lose the sound, and hence the meaning. Continue reading “‘Scupper Tea, Rose?’”
Showers and suffragettes introduce living water
How did you cope with the extremely high temperatures this summer? It was nice to have a warm summer for a change, but many people I’ve spoken to had begun to Continue reading “Water, Water …”
That eternal question: Can I afford the greatest possession of all?
I’ve just won a month’s stay in a luxury apartment in the sun; all expenses paid, and with £1,000 of spending money thrown in. “What’s the catch?” I hear you ask. There’s no Continue reading “What Wouldn’t I Give … ?”
Is the reason you can’t find God because you’re looking in the wrong place?
I suppose it must have been a few months ago when I first noticed something was wrong Continue reading “Trouble with the Plumbing”
Not everyone realises the importance of touch, both the action and its motivation
It’s a recognised fact that one of the experiences most missed by people living alone is that of being touched Continue reading “Keeping in Touch”