It’s been four years since I lost my Dad to melanoma and there’s not a day goes by that I don’t think of him, you never stop missing your loved ones do you? you just learn to live with the loss. June is always a difficult month, not only is it the month of Father’s... Continue Reading →
I have written another Sonnet, as recently the UK re-opened Beer Gardens soon followed by the entire pub's. As the pub is a major part of our culture in the UK, I was inspired to capture the moment of this new era where we are all experiencing our new normal, as we slowly emerge from... Continue Reading →
My budding artist In the last couple of years I have discovered a new appreciation for art and for creating things with my own hands. One of the things that I can be thankful for having Parkinson’s. I’ve always been creative and crafty. But I’ve taken it a little further with these crafts of late.... Continue Reading →
When one persons inspirational good deed can positively impact upon a community spreading a smile or three during the most difficult time our country (and the whole world) has endured in a long time.
I’m working on a story. I’m not sure how long it will be or how I will share it or even if I will share the whole thing. But I thought I’d share this portion of it here and see what people thought. I’ll keep writing and you, take two minutes to read this. Thank... Continue Reading →
"It is the mark of an educated mind, to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."- Aristotle. So many times, in recent years, I have picked up a newspaper and been confronted by evidently questionable facts. This is something I feel increasingly concerned about. My concern is not simply that fake news pervades... Continue Reading →