Bio-mimicry and boiled milk
I make my own yoghurt. I have a yoghurt maker, it saves money and plastic and I know it is additive free. You have to boil milk first then leave it to cool before adding in live yoghurt from the last batch. When I tip out the boiled milk, I see this:
Milk like a … Read more
It is a snow day. The buses are cancelled so the morning rush of getting to school has gone. No snow though, so far just rain.
So I went for a walk around my usual block, but took a bin bag, I had time.
A block later, a bin bag full.
Am I virtue signalling … Read more
Fox – real or metaphor
I love this card. I bought it on a walk with Liz at the coffee shop on Ynyslas. I love how curled and cozy the red is.
I saw a mother and her cub on a spring dawn, in a dingle, leafy-dark, but then, within the last 3 weeks, 5 foxes more.
One I missed … Read more
Happy 2024 – what do you wish for yourself?
I want to say sorry for not having written out-loud for so long. I’ve just checked; 1st October 2023 – Sparrowhawk. Where did that time go? Another year gone.
Life has been going on, as it does. Work, kids, friends, house, health. I am lucky to have so much, so many. I … Read more
…I’ve brushed my hair,
tied my shoes,
am just leaning in to shout goodbye to my son when
there, by the back door window I see you.
Brown, gold, white,
three stripes on your tail,
perched high on an upright plank of wood.
You know I am here, watching,
inside while you are out.… Read more
The beauty of walking
I spent some of Thursday and all of Friday last week being paid to walk in the sun. How marvellous is that?
I walked with coaching clients from their place of work around the block of neat cut lawns, then down a lane, high walled with hawthorn and rose hips, red in welcome. Sometimes we … Read more