Monthly Archives: August 2018

The Ha Ha Moment, The New Desk, The Mindfulness Of Mind In Mind, Batley Variety Club, Redbrick Mill

We took a trip to Batley, you remember, the home of the Variety Club, where once you could, and I did see Tony Bennett, the master of the crooners. However, on this occasion, we were going to the MADE store, … Continue reading

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Revision and Prep Was Never So Much Fun Was It, Back In The Day That Is

Two days at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in this the barmiest summer I for one can ever remember. Blue skies, black skies, sun-scorched earth in abundance, and two of the best exhibitions of recent times. All this to prepare a few … Continue reading

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North Sea Observatory, Grandchildren, Meditation, Jokes, and Cleethorpes

It is new, and we all like the shock of the new do we not. So there we were about to begin our Meditation in the Old Stables when the grandchildren appeared; they came forward to tell us the sort … Continue reading

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