September’s #SaturdaySix – a sextet of things that have inspired or amused me over the past month. Includes: skeletons; the word “aestivation” (via the great Robert Macfarlane); lamps and introverts; Helen Reynold’s crash course in stand-up comedy; Daleks; and the lovely Coach George Raveling.
Post 200 on my silly blog! Life is lived in the moment, all around us. Walk towards the unknown future.
What meant the most to you in 2016, gentle reader? I would love to know. Please consider sharing your highlights of the year with the #3goodthings2016 hashtag. All years are a balance of fair and foul. It’s no secret that 2016 was – to put it mildly – a rollercoaster of a year. The world […]
A sunrise is fleeting and fragile. The elements might combine for just a moment of breathtaking technicolour glory, then break apart. Our lives are just as fragile. On the first of this month, my friend Ellison Bloomfield wrote quite the most beautiful, brave and moving blog post it has been my privilege to read, entitled […]