Category Archives: Desperation

Deathly mist driftin’ Daw-lishwards, m’dears

Don’t look too bad, do it? But t’were a darkly time on the number eleven trundling back from the bright Spring sunshine o’ Torquay to the darkling world o’ Dawlish. We were going’ along fine an’ happy like, right up … Continue reading

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The Seven Ages of Man – seventh in Devon reflects first in Melbourne

Thought of this on seeing my husband’s niece’s Facebook post about her first child… “At first the infant,Mewling and puking in the nurse’s arms.” …contrasted with the dearly loved great-grandfather of said infant, who lives on – and on – … Continue reading

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