Monthly Archives: April 2013

Guitar Man, Part 5

The year was 1996. Hell, it could’ve been ’97. We lived in the future, back then. The future was our business. Hell, the business was our future. We were just four guys, connected by one vision, managed loosely across a … Continue reading

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Green April Rain, 2

Because as much as anything it was raining early morning. Standing at the door, watching the sparrow family at the birdhouse; a small yellow windmill rattles and blurs on a neighbour’s terrace. A raindrop from a leaf hits the tin … Continue reading

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I’m Going Sweet Memories!

A post about three Goings. Being in Belper (Derbyshire) today (yesterday) – I know; such a name, and one as I first thought was a marriage of belch and burp, but turned out to be from Beaurepaire, the retreat of … Continue reading

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‘A Lady’ is at Work (A Fragment)

Fascinating window on Edwardian attitudes to work, in this (undated, as per… circa 1915?) article transcribed from a torn publication. Sadly no clue as to how the piece progresses, nor what kind of ‘work’ she’s ‘at’. ‘A Lady’ is at … Continue reading

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Time on my Hands

Note: If you’re really pressed for time, this post can be summarised as: ‘oh, sod off and sort your own time out.’ I saw something on Facebook this morning, on a page that someone lovingly maintains, that I liked, Liked, … Continue reading

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