The Little Red Book

by Karen J Mossman I was in Asda looking for something when my eyes fell on a little red book. It was wrapped in cellophane with a strip of black card that said – George £3. Medium Free Writer. For Notes, Research, and Inspirations. There is something about a blank page, fresh and new. IContinue reading “The Little Red Book”

Songs Take You to The Past to Relive Again

The Tams – Hey Girl Don’t Bother Me played on the radio this morning and it took me back to 1972 and a boy called Steve Crane. He was one of those cool guys that people looked up to and knew very little about. He was too old for me at 17. He lived threeContinue reading “Songs Take You to The Past to Relive Again”

Life as a Dog Owner

by Karen J Mossman From my diary of 2011 Every day at lunchtime, I come home from work and take my Yorkshire terrier, Jodie, to the local park, Victoria Park, Stretford, in Manchester. There are two big fields and a few nooks and crannies to wander around. At lunchtime, I just walk around the perimeterContinue reading “Life as a Dog Owner”

How Rude!

You wait, mouth still open….?….? ….? You’re gasping to tell the punch line, your heart is racing, waiting..waiting…. “Go,” they say, “carry on.” How rude is that? Well, that’s exactly what it is like waiting at traffic lights. I turned out of my road, sped up, changed into second gear, and about to turn rightContinue reading “How Rude!”