By Tracy Not having my partner around makes me sad. When I listen to certain songs that he liked, or even when I watch a film or DVD, that reminds me of him. He will be sadly missed.
They started off in ones and twos, serving a purpose. New couriers of the roads but, mainly, the pavements. Nothing malignant in these warriors and their honourable pursuit of wages; net, not gross. … More Deliver! Who?
I always thought a lifetime is too short to enjoy with all the mistakes I make and the pain and suffering and loss I endure. … More Perfect?
At Christmas, things can seem as if they must be resolved, as though there is a deadline. … More The Christmas Deadline
I wonder if he’s still alive today: the boy I nearly didn’t save from drowning. … More Not Playing but Drowning
I lived in a small village in Yorkshire with the odd people, surrounded by rolling hills … More A Moment
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.” – Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen. A response by J. … More To Hell with Money
“The sudden disappointment of a hope leaves a scar which the ultimate fulfillment of that hope never entirely removes.” – Thomas Hardy. A response by Michael P. … More The Chase is the Thing
Two hours of freezing fingertips and watching for banned substances as the Gatehouse heads into another winter. … More Ain’t it awful
It was four in the morning. Monday morning. There hadn’t been many people out the evening before. I could tell this from the number of discarded cigarette ends. … More Cigarette Ends