2019 gave us a perfect Summer Solstice. The pentacle drummers drummed in the sun in some style. And the sun answered the call beautifully… Happy summer everyone, I hope it brings much love your way. Advertisements
I’m running an offer for Mothers day. If you want to buy any 2 of my books I will also send an exclusive coaster. So you have somewhere to put your coffee cup whilst you’re reading. ☕💖 Available from Man, Myth & Magik, Glastonbury. Or just send me a message, I’ll sort everything else out.
Another weird holiday… 16th February is Do A Grouch A Favour Day. Do a Grouch a Favor today. Do it and make the world a better place. Everyone has been a grouch at one time or another. Some people are seemingly grouches all of the time. It’s in their nature. Others are occasional grouches, influenced […]
It’s Brass Monkeys out there… I only mention this because it’s been said to me a few times today and it really is brass monkeys out there! Here’s where the term came from as far as we know. The story goes that cannonballs used to be stored aboard ship in piles, on a brass frame […]
Someone asked me yesterday why some people get their kicks from being spiteful about others. I truly don’t know, I don’t understand what makes people want to hurt other human beings when we are all travelling through this life together. I didn’t know how to reply to her because these type of people are difficult […]
There seems to be a national divide and yet again it seems to be a north, south divide. I’ve been trying to work out why… So let me ask you …Do you say good morning to people? This I hasten to add is a generalisation, but the top half of the country do, in fact […]
You should follow pickles on Instagram. @pickle_the_pom He obviously has great taste in literature and is incredibly smart as well as being super cute.
I learnt something yesterday and had to check it out, it seemed so alien to me and others in this country. A guy came into my shop (which is also dog friendly) and asked if there was anywhere he could go to eat that didn’t have dogs at their owners feet. New Zealanders don’t like […]
The Confession She was sitting in one on the pews forward of me, I could hear her talking away quietly, telling her problems to a God who I no longer believed in. She was a lady of around sixty, wrapped up in a grey woollen coat, it wasn’t warm in here, it never seemed warm […]