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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Fifteen years ago, I celebrated the opening of the New Millennium by standing in the sea in Grenada, wearing my kilt, raising a glass of whisky to my dear, recently departed, Mum. This is my record of the end of that … Continue reading
My debut novel – Eleven Miles. I couldn’t leave 2014 without re-sharing this news. I am so proud of my first novel! Please read it and give me feedback and reviews to encourage me to write some more.
I am very proud of my sister’s achievements. ————————————————- Diana Greenfield Macmillan Nurse Consultant and Clinical Lead in Late Effects for Teenagers and Young Adults, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust Honorary Senior Lecturer (University of Sheffield). Diana Greenfield is a … Continue reading
This is how I explained the game of chess to a lady radio presenter (Charlie Crocker) who loves to laugh and loves the color pink even more. She kept telling her listeners that she had never been able to understand … Continue reading
“LANCE!” “Yes, Mummy.” “Who spilt this lemonade on the bedroom floor?” “It was Golly, Mummy.” “I had a funny feeling that you were going to say that, Lance.” “Well it WAS Golly, Mummy.” “Yes. It always IS Golly, isn’t it?” … Continue reading
Originally posted on Thoughts by Mello-Elo:
The dying rays of a cold Tuesday sun is reflecting off the walls and mirror in my cosy dining room as I send out this message to the bloggosphere. I’m counting down the few…