There are definite signs of change in Orkney this week as spring is really beginning to show herself. A farmer friend I once knew told me he spent his life ‘looking over hedges’ ie comparing his own work with how other farmers are doing. Are they ahead or behind schedule? was he keeping up? I think … More My Week In Pictures – Keeping Going
It’s all becoming a bit more bearable. I promised you last week that I would stop whinging and finally I found reason to. I can now officially say that I leave the house in daylight and return home in daylight. This hasn’t happened in months and I am safe in the knowledge that it will continue right the … More My Week In Pictures – Sunrise, Sunset And Almost Sunshine
if something as delicate and fragile as this can push through, shine and bring hope then so can I. … More My Week In Pictures – Love, Hope and Chasing Snowdrops
If it hadn’t been all levels of weird I would have kissed the person next to me. … More My Week In Pictures – Looking For The Light.
And those of you who think libraries are boring clearly haven’t read the Orkney Library Twitter page. It’s absolutely hilarious and another 47.4 thousand readers think so too. See here for some of the best ever #bookface entries on the internet. @OrkneyLibrary but laugh quietly please, you’re in a library. … More Shhhhh Quiet Please
My week started with ripping off the next page of my desk calendar, with its wisdom perhaps pointing to what kind of week I was going to have.
Once upon a time, there was a little boy who grew up at an alarming speed. All of a sudden he was 17 and his mum didn’t know how it happened. 17 meant he could learn to drive, so on his birthday, he posed for the obligatory holding the car keys and L plates photos then … More A Short (True) Story About A Boy