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A few years ago, my husband, my son and I started celebrating the summer solstice with a bonfire in the garden, over which we cooked sausages and toasted marshmallows. The cocktails flowed, our son was allowed to stay up late and there was general hilarity. A “selfie” from our first event shows us wearing garlands … Continue reading “Midsummer Madness”
Over the last fifteen years or so, my husband and I have acquired more tea sets than we can reasonably use (or house). We didn’t set out to collect them and if pressed, we would not call ourselves “collectors”. “Rescuers” feels like a better description, especially in the face of the appalling “smash the crockery” … Continue reading “Tea for Victory”
This morning, I read Julia Harrison’s piece “Story telling” from her always-thoughtful Silver Locket blog. It immediately brought to mind some stories my son and I shared when he was little. He was four years old when I lost my hair as a result of chemotherapy. Someone had advised me early on to get a … Continue reading “My wig and other stories”
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