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Monthly Archives: July 2012
There’s a limit to how excited a body can be. I know that such a conception would be anathema to any self respecting PR person but I’m only concerned with humans. Anticipation and imagination will always be keener than the … Continue reading
It’s rush hour. It must be as I can just hear a motor bike in the distance over the deep silence that is the beginning of a summer’s day. This is the summer moment that I wait for throughout the … Continue reading
Half full or half empty is more than just a rhetorical question when it comes to a swimming pool. Anything other than full is “broken” or “empty”. Algy, the green goblin, has beaten me into submission. He gobbles up the … Continue reading
Brown gold is the euphemism, but farming’s awash with shit. It’s the fuel that keeps the whole thing running or so it seems to me. I know nitrates are bad, bad things but they don’t smell as bad as pig … Continue reading
When all is said and done, which moment has certainly never occurred in this household or in my memory of saying and doing things. I dread reaching the point where “all is said”, and with the rate of attrition of … Continue reading
Dance like nobody’s watching.
,,,there would have been a lot of cursing. I bought ingredients and took pictures of them today. I’m very pleased with this picture of a pod full of peas – maybe I won’t be as happy with it tomorrow.
I have just noticed that Tennessee produces some fine goat cheeses which leads me to surmise that it was Dolly’s original intention to sing her about her goat rather than the unfortunate fashion choice of her mother which resulted in … Continue reading
A likely tale, however it’s the title I have chosen for my piece as guest blogger on Nicky Cahill’s “Salt & Sparkle”. Check it out.
It’s up and running and I’m down and out for the moment. I’m sure .org is worth it in the end, I just want to be there at the end which seems a long way away. I’m still going to … Continue reading