In November 2018, we went to pick up our new puppy. Never having one before and being retired, we gave it a lot of thought before we decded to commit. We used an online site and was contacted by Debbie, who had both parents, and six pups. We had already christened ours Tilly, and visitedContinue reading “Who loves Puppies?”
I went to visit someone’s house the other day. I didn’t know them very well and it was my first visit there. The houses are new builds, and at first, I thought they were flats but no, they were three storey town houses. She took me upstairs, saying the living accomodation was on the firstContinue reading “Uselessly Smitten!”
No, it’s more than that! I’m really lucky to live here in Anglesey, and count my blessings every day. Winter can be a difficult time for us all as the weather turns really cold. The coast can also be very chilly with the wind whipping up over the sea. It’s fine if you wrap upContinue reading “A Walk in the Park?”
Tim to unpublish my books and regroup.
I was reading a post on Instagram where someone wondering whether to start a blog. Of course, I immediately came on and said yes, and extolled the virtues of WordPress. It was only as I was doing so; I realised just what a community WordPress is. Suddenly I began comparing it to Facebook. For aContinue reading “WordPress V Facebook”
featuring author and founder of Electric Eclectic Books, Paul White Having read the interview with Paul White, which is linked at the bottom, it resinated with me because I, too, realised the power of words from an early age. I thought about how I started writing. My parents fostered children, and I was the eldestContinue reading “The Power of Words”
Tune: The Church’s One Foundation I was searching through a box that has been kept in the loft for the last twenty years. It was full of old photos, newspaper, and postcards, etc. Amongst them I found this on a postcard. We are the Cotton Saviours,The Boys of the L.C.C. We cannot spin, we cannotContinue reading “The Ode to Lancashire Cotton Corporation”
Happy new year and welcome to the first blog post on Magic of Stories. I was wondering what it would be, then found myself musing one morning.. The dustbin men came round the other morning about 8.30 am, and it made me remember what it used to once be like. In Anglesey, where I nowContinue reading “Bin Day”