In my job, the results are satisfied customers and targets achieved. In your job, you're making memories.
Friendship. Ah, there are so many heart-warming sing-alongable classic songs I could post for this week's Song Lyric Sunday. You're my best friend, You've got a friend (in me), Get by with a little help from my friends... but no. Not tonight. I don't know, maybe it's the weather, but tonight I'm feeling a bit … Continue reading Pulp: Disco 2000
It had taken years, but I was ready to go back. A watery shaft of sunlight brightened the sky. The clouds were clearing. Better days ahead. (139 characters) Written for Kat's weekly twittering tales challenge.
"Everything's fine" she smiled, kissing him. Written for Nicola's weekly Six Word Story Challenge.
I like this. Powerful writing as ever from trE.
I woke alone, the needle scraping against the record centre. A hurried note on the bedside table: “I’ll call you.” But I knew he wouldn’t. (138 characters) Written for Kat's weekly Twittering Tales - the challenge is to write a story based on the picture in 140 characters or less. Not as easy as … Continue reading Twittering Tale #40: when the music’s over
Thoughts on forthcoming Wilfred Owen film, The Burying Party
Song Lyric Sunday - I've missed you guys these last few weeks! I'm going seventies again, with another David Bowie classic: the Jean Genie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGQo6zpVzt8 I know, this is really stretching the definition of 'magic', which was Helen's prompt this week. But genies do magic... don't they? Ok, so these lyrics have nothing to do … Continue reading The Jean Genie – Sunday night brilliance