Woman Walks Dog

Making Sense of Life


Making Sense of Loss

Friday Fictioneers 7.9.18 ITS ALL FINE

                                                             photo courtesy of Gah Learner Rochelle's Friday Fictioneer challenge this... Continue Reading →

Twittering Tales #77 27th March 2018 The Grown-ups Tale #77 – 26 March 2018 This week's challenge of a 280 character story, is prompted by Min An's intriguing photo of a little girl. Photo by Min An at                ... Continue Reading →

Three Days by the Lake – cycle of life – Haibun

Haibun - Cycle of Life I am spending three days by  Derwent Water. I take the ferry from the town stop, on its circular journey around the small jetties. Hopeful clusters of people wait and wave as the ferry draws... Continue Reading →

My Dear Departed Dog – a Haibun

My Dear Departed Dog - a Haibun We friends step out of the café and part ways, I gaze at the familiar bustling street scene In front of me. It feels empty and I'm hit  again ---  you are not there, but gone for  ever.... Continue Reading →

Metaphors can help you and everyday bees

Metaphors can help you We sit in a bistro, sharing a large pot of tea, my friend and I. We are both over sixty, and our talk turns to growing older. I describe my indignation on receiving routine health updates from... Continue Reading →

Ties that bind us – love, fear and freedom

I'm signed up for a weekend course at a centre in rural Gloucestershire. It's titled :'Lifelines- how to have a free spirit when you draw people '. Intriguing, wonder what form the sessions will take. I've never been to this... Continue Reading →

The Unexpected Visit – travelling with loss

It's Saturday evening, at home. In my sitting room, the curtains are closed to shut out the cold evening. You, my partner, have been gone for four and a half years. I'm about to watch some tv. This room was... Continue Reading →

My neighbours the down to earth undertakers – loss as your travelling companion

Opposite my house, next door to the grocers, there's a firm of cheerful undertakers. I see them every-day, chat: ' How's your dog ? 'Doing OK for his age thanks'. 'Good crop of beans on my allotment this year.' '... Continue Reading →

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