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  • Signs of Life

    It was a tiny sprig, wrapped in cotton wool, a gift from a friend’s garden, which she had snipped from the plant she had grown from a similar sprig from […]

  • Chance Encounter

    Christopher McDougall and I first met in 2015, when I was hired to teach voice for a year at East 15 Acting School in Southend-on-Sea, and he was a first […]

  • Seafood Summers

    They will happen again. We just have to be patient. That’s my mantra, and will be for many months to come. In the meantime, I’m enjoying the garden, receiving catchup […]

  • Gift of Friendship

    Inspiration comes in many shapes and sizes. Sometimes it is literally an intake of breath. That’s what happened to me, when I first unwrapped the Christmas present from my dear […]

  • Madness or Method

    This morning, I woke up to find myself in that half-life, hazy world of here and now/there and then. I know I’m in my tiny crone cottage in Liverpool, but […]

  • Spring is Sprung!

    Did you play with that silly rhyme, back in the day? Spring is sprung, the grass is riz I wonder where the birdies is! Anon It still gives me a […]

  • Home again, Home again, jiggetty-jig

    Back in my wee crone cottage, and I miss the cats but I love my garden. Oh, and I eventually realised that the yowling cat was just Pixie, talking. I’ve […]

  • Swings and Roundabouts

    It’s been quite a week, and apparently not just for me. A strange 7 days of nothing bad happening, but yet feeling stressed. And I’m happy to say, it seems […]

  • A Proper Copper Coffee Pot

    Yes, I do actually have one, a one-cup pot, picked it up in a second hand shop a couple of years ago. But I only started using it quite recently, […]

  • Holiday Schmoliday

    All this talk about holidays lately—whether you are missing your fortnight on the Costa Del Sol, or arguing about the definition of the word ‘staycation’—got me thinking that I might […]

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★★★★★ "Just what is old? You can’t help but love the lead character Helen as she tries to dodge the, “Are you alrights,” from her family and she searches for the true meaning of the word “Old”Flloyd is a master of timing and voices. Really enjoyable."

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