Bereaved and grieving, I experienced an unexpected lack of patience with things that seemed trivial.Continue reading “Grief and Trivia”
December: once upon a time the tenth month in the early Roman calendar. If you have read any of my posts covering the months of the year this will come as no surprise.Continue reading “December – White Christmas or Fake Snow?”
October, now familiar as the tenth month – derives its name from its position as month eight in the ancient Roman calendar. Continue reading “October – when did eight become ten?”
June marks the middle of the year… Continue reading “What do I know about June?”
‘You ask where I think the name of May comes from? Its origin’s not totally clear to me.’ (Ovid)
The French say ‘Poisson d’Avril’, the English say April Fool’s Day, April Fools’ Day or April Fools Day.
Once again, I test my capacity to have ingested and assimilated fake news like a fish swallowing micro-beads. Continue reading “Five things I think I know about … March”
Eggardon Hill Fort becomes a Poetry Park.