Monthly Archives: March 2019

I thought homework was a thing of the past….

“Have you done your homework?” The question I used to dread on a Sunday night before school. Art School homework was not so much of a chore as it meant, sometimes, sitting up all night surrounded by pencils, paintbrushes, charcoal, … Continue reading

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How could anyone who’s read a book resist this?


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Marching for Put it to the People…

On right, beloved, Martyn Stead, be-badged and happy. On left, friend Ian Blyth, a chum from Guildford – a chance encounter midst the million plus in central London yesterday. (Me and me bad foot kept me away. Spirit marched every … Continue reading

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Oh, to be on Leros now that Spring is coming

Martyn and I thought long and hard about moving to Greece, more specifically, to Leros. Then Brexit reared its muddled head and we decided to ‘wait and see’. Well, the waiting isn’t over and we still don’t know whether it … Continue reading

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