Love Bites

Arborglyphs. A curious trait - humans have always found a way to leave their mark. It’s Valentines Weekend here in the UK and with a global pandemic all around us, it’s one like we’ve never known before. I’m in a privileged / complex situation of currently having no fixed abode and within government guidelines, I... Continue Reading →

Parkrun and Me

This week Parkrun celebrates its FIFTEENTH BIRTHDAY!  That's incredible.  But true.  And what a brilliant organisation, community event (call it what you will) it is! I started running with the couch to 5K in the early autumn of 2015 after a very sad farewell to my lovely old lady golden retriever dog.  I realised after... Continue Reading →

A curious coincidence?

I have looked, several times over this last year, at possibly walking some of the Camino de Santiago.  It seems such a lovely thing to do.  Enpowering.  An adventure.  Cultural.  A physical challenge.  A mental challenge.  Spiritual.  But as yet, I have not done any more about making that possibility a reality.  Ok maybe the... Continue Reading →

Lumps and Bumps and a Hidden Fort

It was a Sunday in late February and I was staying with my daughter and partner who live in Devon. My son had joined us for a couple of days and so, each of us with different requirements, we set off to explore Brean Down, a limestone promontory and continuation of the Mendip Hills on... Continue Reading →

Plogging for the good of all

Thanks to the lovely people of Sweden, this new eco trend is sweeping the country clean. Plogging, the fusion of the Swedish words ‘plocka’ - pick up and ‘jogga’ - jogging, is the activity of litter-picking while jogging. Said to be founded by Erik Ahlström as an organised activity in Sweden in 2016 plogging quickly... Continue Reading →

Learning something new every day

Today I was out walking with the Ramblers, who are Britain's largest walkers rights organisation.  They, amongst other things, protect access to the countryside and help safeguard footpaths for all. Local groups organise regular walks in and around their local area. I joined a couple of weeks ago because it seemed to tick lots of... Continue Reading →

Thank you

Day 3 Live your Legend 7 day self-discovery writing challenge So today is Day 3 of the writing challenge.  Its Saturday and Parkrun day. Parkrun has been a challenge for me during the summer, for those not in the UK we have had a very long spell of heat wave conditions.  I love the good... Continue Reading →

How to be holiday happy any day

Positive word project. Happy  adjective feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. fortunate and convenient.   I love the beach in any season. Happy! Happy! Happy! Happy! Four Beach Happies! Says it all!

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