A very Happy Christmas and New Year to all my e friends. This little oil sketch features my father and his two older siblings. Where this picture is and who owns I do not know. There are wood cut versions too but this one does not look as if it has been finished; painted by […]
I still hear them calling me when I let the dog out morning noon and night, slightly bazaar as I don’t believe in ghosts, but it is strange. My little spotted pony was 35 years old last month and sadly failed to regain condition this summer. The Shetland was deaf and laminitic, he too was […]
I think I must be very lucky to be invited to amazing parties occasionally. House parties still happen as I was to experience recently. Held in one of England’s most beautiful country houses my host, the birthday boy had three things in common with Mr Toad, a generous spirit, a kind heart and a want […]
I spent that night on board, it was a very still, beautiful moon, no wind, and the tide was barely noticable; all fortunate because I had to go ashore rather a lot as the dog needed to! The result of this was my last post! Thought you should see the funny side!
Of course you only die once. If you are lucky it’s quick or happens in your sleep. If it’s you that is left, then why not dig yourself out from the deepest loneliness? Find a new life of laughter and joy; it will take time and perseverance. Better to have loved once than never loved […]
Sometimes one meets someone special and one just has to get instep! (Juno is on the left with the red collar!)
A sorry to all my e friends for my prolonged absence due to pressure of work; then again, when the view is like this by your home who would be in front of a computer!!
I am honoured; I have just discovered that I was “blog of the day” on LW Godsil’s blog for June 5th. Her jewellery is amazing, see here http://lwgodsilsjadisjewelry.blogspot.com/2008/06/practice.html She mentioned the proverb “practise makes perfect”; recently I heard on the wireless a discussion on music and the acquisition of real skill at playing an instrument; […]
“No, I am not here”. First time I have managed to grow basil from seed. Wild Geranium outside. Muddled up with the lawn mower, this little cap was also worried about the lack of butterflies this year.
I could forgive a man for not enjoying Milton; but I would not call that man my friend who should be offended with “the divine chit-chat of Conrad Roth“. apol. C Lamb