Category Archives: fog

The Annual

It’s the time of year when birds are migrating, trees change colour as they stop storing sugar to begin their resting time. It’s also the season of storms, power-cuts, and other seasonal joys … THE ANNUAL I bend and hear … Continue reading

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Dawn at the Lake

I was at a writers’ retreat some years ago and, being awake early, was blessed by seeing the changing light; it seemed like magic. I’ve never forgotten, and it’s taken years to put into words … DAWN AT THE LAKE … Continue reading

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Imbroglio

One of those weeks when I live in a total fog:  I think Monday is Tuesday, put something in a ‘safe’ place (i.e. can’t find it), forget the grocery list, put a sweater on backwards … does everyone have weeks … Continue reading

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Outside Haunting

Hallow e’en and I look out my window from the comfort of my work place, feeling blessed by the view, and my surroundings. And then something happens … A A OUTSIDE HAUNTING                 … Continue reading

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Fog Haiku

It’s the season of ‘mists and mellow fruitfulness’, and we’ve had quite a few foggy mornings. All I want to do is curl up with a good book, and let the day take care of itself … A A A … Continue reading

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We Walk Together

November seems to me to be a mysterious month. The year is fading into winter, clouds fill the valleys, and there’s a sense of someone behind me when I walk through mist. A sense of shadows lurking … WE WALK … Continue reading

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