Lifeboat? No need. The Titanic’s unsinkable.
Belatedly, here’s a post for Jackie of A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales ‘Echoes of my Neighbourhood’ prompt. Last week we had a day trip to Liverpool. It’s nearly two hours by train so by the time we arrived at Lime Street Station we didn’t want to travel much further. Luckily there’s plenty to see just across the road from the station: Continue reading
They thought themselves in charge… Wrong!
This week Helen has prompted us to come up with a new song for Song Lyric Sunday which we’ve only recently heard for the first time. This one has really made me rack my brains! It’s fair to say that my taste in music hasn’t changed or expanded much in the last decade. I put this down to the fact that I now mainly listen to whatever my two daughters want to listen to… ie an awful lot of Disney film soundtracks, nursery rhymes, story CDs and the like. Continue reading
On June 24th we were reeling from a momentous decision. Since then there have been seismic changes in the fabric of our lives, our culture and our very sense of self… yes, on June 24th Dudley the Brexit cat arrived in our house and turned it all upside down. Continue reading
Cross cut teeth
Cut clasp nail, tungsten carbide tipped and galvanized
Gleaming in the air, honed and filed
Beauty in industry
Poetry forged in the shadow of empty mills
City of steel and sharply angled hills
Where every blade is work of art
And every wall, a canvas. Continue reading