Monthly Archive: December, 2017

Why do they do it?

I don’t believe that when the air temperature is 3 degrees C and there is a 13MPH wind blowing that the sea looks at all tempting to anyone. The sun may be shining… Continue reading

Looking for the light

Having just exercised my personal censorship on this evening’s television news bulletin by walking away from the 10o’clock news, I have come to write my blog for the week. Well sex scandals must… Continue reading

Rosie at large in the French Countryside – Featuring her pictures of the week

Last week we looked at some of Rosie Ward’s photographs of her village in France, Quillan in the Aude Valley. This week Rosie shares pictures of wild flowers and butterflies of the region.… Continue reading

Over the Channel with Rosie – Featuring photographs of Rosemary Ward – part 1

  Having lived in Norfolk for my whole life I have, for around the last 20 years, harboured a dream that at some point I might be able to spend time discovering and… Continue reading

It’s all about being switched on

I have been called many things, but “switched on” has never been one of them. When we had boring lecturers at college or tedious sermons in church, I was capable of switching off… Continue reading