Month: August 2020

Posted in Arts and crafts Family Love and friendship Poetry

Blog post by Sarah Medina

Masks: a haiku Multiple masksfor granddaughters’ darling faces.Get thee away, Plague! (See photo of multiple face masks made for my granddaughters in the Gallery.)

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Posted in Comfort and support Leisure Nature & garden Our village community Reflections

Blog post by Eileen Mace

From STAY IN STAY SAFETo       STAY ALERT 6 months on, I cannot believe how well we have adapted to the next phase of…

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Posted in Exercise & fitness Leisure Our village community Poetry Reflections

Blog post by John Daniel

Back to normal People have stopped saying “Hi!” and “Hullo!” and “Lovely Day!” Strangers greeting each other, leisurely walking or pedalling on bikes during lock-down….

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Posted in Comfort and support Family Fiction Fun and humour Pets and animals

Blog post by ladylarfalot

Ruminations of Pilot the Pooch (19) Everything seems to be going back to how it was before this virus thingy frightened everybody. Dad is as…

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Posted in Family Fiction Fun and humour Our village community Pets and animals

Blog post by ladylarfalot

Ruminations of Pilot the Pooch (18) A miracle happened this week! We were all suffering from the heat – me included. Not my usual jolly self…

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Posted in Family Fiction Fun and humour Our village community Pets and animals

Blog post by ladylarfalot

Ruminations of Pilot the Pooch (17) Dad is an electrician – has his own business. He says everyone cancelled jobs before lockdown, now they want…

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