Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sartorial Elegance – An Odyssey

A few years ago, my wife started complaining incessantly about the style of clothing I was wearing around the house. I was done up like a walker: fleeces, old blue jeans or Rockhoppers trousers, and thermals, with walking boots when … Continue reading

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Kate Rusby – 20

Lately, I have been listening to a lot of English folk music. (Not necessarily the soundtrack to Morris dancing, although that does have its charms.) One of the things I am beginning to appreciate about the form, particularly when the … Continue reading

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Karma vs. Grace

Thus begins the navel-gazing season. It is an annual ritual for me, it seems. In the weeks leading up to my birthday, I begin to review my life and where I am, where I’ve been, where I could have been, … Continue reading

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So many diversions, so little time…

Back to the blog…My first post in a couple of weeks. The first bit of writing in a week and a half (other than work stuff.) What have I been up to? Well, when I’m not working or running errands, … Continue reading

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Soundtrack of my Life – “Don’t Stop Believin'”

I never really rated Journey, much. Everyone around me listened to them, but I didn’t see the attraction…much. I suppose when I was 13 or 14, they were ubiquitous on the radio. I think I had a 45 from them … Continue reading

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A Poem what I wrote this morning

I’ve been following a blog called The Write Practice for a couple of weeks now, which gives topics that are intended to prompt one to write for a set period of time (usually 15 minutes or so.) I decided I … Continue reading

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