Monthly Archives: August 2012

What’s on Your Bedside Table?

When we pick up a book, we intend to read the whole book, right? Have you ever thought of reading part of the book;  the first few pages, or chapters, or right in amongst the middle pages? Sometimes I’m feeling … Continue reading

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Pastels and Drawing

I recently talked about not feeling inspired to write. I took a 6 week course on The Foundations of Drawing’ with an amazing teacher, Carolyn Sheather, who is patient, energetic, passionate, addicted to the art of drawing and art in … Continue reading

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A Place

A Place   Where the back garden was actually a side garden, a hide-away where I could play, and still see the comings and goings on the street. Where I was the only one, a single child within soft fences … Continue reading

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