Monthly Archives: August 2016

Treasure the tiny pieces of your jigsaw

I have had some lovely comments of appreciation lately, either through Paul David or friends of friends, and it inspired me to write again. I haven’t written anything creative in a little while. Let’s see what comes along today. I seem to … Continue reading

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On Daydreaming

Originally posted on Life Lived:
Forget colouring books and yoga. What happened to the practice of good old-fashioned daydreaming? We all remember times at school when the teacher’s voice became no more than background noise to our own imaginings and…

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