Tag Archives: family
There once was a little girl who lived on a little farm with her family. They lived in an old stone farmhouse with a big yard around it. The farm had lots of three-corner-jacks growing on it that produced large … Continue reading
When I woke up this morning three things happened simultaneously and only one of them was real. The other two I was dreaming, in separate dreams at the same time. Definitely time to wake up.
I feel a bit like I’m living the life of someone else at the moment. A strange car, a not so strange man, new incomes, new housemate, new committees, new papers, new comments. I hope this life doesn’t belongs to … Continue reading
It seems the fashion to explore and comment on your year by listing the first lines from the first post from each month. So here are mine – make of them what you will. It doesn’t suggest much to me … Continue reading
The corridors are deserted. No-one is responding to emails and phone calls. The traffic patterns are all wrong. Everywhere there are signs about closing down. Everyone is wrapping things up. People are hugging and saying goodbye. We have been told … Continue reading
Children, babies – they are everywhere, it’s an epidemic! I’m living with a couple children for a while and thoroughly enjoy their company. This year I’ve found myself frequently talking about IVF, belly-buttons popping out, heart chambers in ultrasounds, maternity … Continue reading