Monthly Archives: March 2020

At least I’ll still be able to . . . .

Self-isolation holds no horrors for me. It’s what I do much of the time anyway – in the open air.  Until relatively recently it was the fate of all deaf people – that and ridicule. Even though I have a … Continue reading

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Last Post from Dinefwr?

On Monday as I drove to Llandeilo the mist lifted in strands and feathers and the sun made the winter trees glow. The thermometer said 3 degrees, but the sun, oh the sun, how warm and welcome it was! When … Continue reading

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A Perfect Conjunction

A week ago I was trudging along a pebble beach in North Norfolk. The morning clouds had been blown away but the biting cold wind was still strong. After what counts a long spell of rain in Norfolk – 36 … Continue reading

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What’s the Anser?

No, it’s not a spelling mistake, and there are no philosophical musings here. It’s all about the Anser and Branta families – geese. AS I drove south from Norfolk (from the North Folk to the South Folk) towards Minsmere, it … Continue reading

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How Welsh do I feel? Some thoughts for “Dydd Dewi Sant” The day of St David.

For the first time since moving to Wales from the West of England 23 years ago,  I am questioning whether or not I feel “Welsh”. What does it mean to feel that you belong in a particular culture, and especially … Continue reading

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