Tag Archives: Memories

Almost a ghost town…Majorca

Yesterday I took a trip to a small country township that holds some special and impactful memories for me. I drove to Majorca where I went to school for some of my later primary school years. I remember going to a school with fifteen other … Continue reading

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An act of kindness

A couple of weeks ago my friend’s Mum died at age ninety-nine. Now, no-one can deny that living for ninety-nine years wasn’t a mighty effort. Of course, for the family there was sadness but it was also a time for remembering and reminiscing. However, there … Continue reading

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What happens to all those Christmas baubles?

Last year about this time I blogged about consumerism and Christmas. So here I go again. I don’t want to be a party dampener or a grouch but already I can feel the hype in the air,  the frantic emotional space … Continue reading

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Shetland Ponies and those memories…

Yesterday, I drove past a paddock with several Shetland ponies grazing in the sunshine. Their stumpy little legs firmly on the ground, rounded tummies and their thick, oversized manes created a picture of quaint beauty. They almost betray the horse name, it’s … Continue reading

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Music, Music, Music. . .

Yesterday, despite the heat I reluctantly managed to get myself to the gymnasium for a bit of exercise. Whenever I go there I’m entertained by the non-stop music that provides rhythm and necessary mood. The music varies according to the duty instructor’s taste. … Continue reading

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