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23 May 2012

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delighted to hear that the labyrinthitis is gone. Hurrah!

Lovely optimistic photo of bride's beautiful back. I often think the back is the most beautiful part of us, male and female - not least because it gets so little attention. But it is as identifiable as a fingerprint. Love your idea of pop-up workshops. And er - have you given any thought to a piece for my blog??? Not if its inconvenient ..wx

Thank you for these and your earlier good wishes, Moira.

Wendy: many apologies for tardiness; sadly, have been feeling so exhausted - with labyrinthitis - I wasn't even able to post on my own blog! Sending email with update . . .

Lovely to hear that you are well and enjoying yourself. Good luck with the writing workshops - such a great idea. I'm sure they will be successful.

Enjoy this sunshine while it lasts - such a gift.

Cx

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Thought for life

  • The House of Breath, William Goyen
    We are the carriers of lives and legends - who knows the unseen frescoes on the private walls of the skull?

Thinking about . . .

  • Daniel Klein, Travels with Epicurus
    I too listen to music more and more. Throughout my life, music has stirred me more than any other art form, and now, in old age, I find myself listening to it almost every evening, usually alone, for hours at a time.
  • Julia Blackburn, Thin Paths
    I began writing because I liked to write things down. I learnt foreign languages because they seemed to enter my head by a process of osmosis.
  • Joan Bakewell, Stop the Clocks
    I live contentedly alone. It's better that way and I am often thoughtful about what has been and what might have been. There are many like me.
  • Patti Smith, M Train
    Oh to be reborn within the pages of a book.
  • Patti Smith, M Train
    Why is it that we lose the things we love, and things cavalier cling to us and will be the measure of our worth after we’re gone?
  • Judith Kerr, Observer Magazine, 22 November 2015
    I don't believe in God. I find it much easier to believe in ancestors. I like to imagine they are pointing us in the right direction.

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