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That moment: when you’ve sold your home and you close and lock the door for the last time, never to return, and all the memories, happy and sad, push themselves up against the window and watch you go.
Strange how in our getting ready to move it’s the small things that seem to make an impression. Just looking at this tap in our garden the other day, I couldn’t help but think of the many times I’ve turned … Continue reading
I was given a memory today of work I had done some thirty years ago. As my thoughts were carried back to those events, I saw a young, energetic and glowing idealist launching out in to the unknown and working … Continue reading
_________________________________ She placed an extra blanket over him, looked down into his face and smiled. She turned, switched off the light and closed the door. He peered up in to the darkness; four small walls holding only memories. ___________________________________________________ NB … Continue reading