by Karen J Mossman In the 1990s, I visited the Bronte museum in Howarth, Yorkshire. This is the article I wrote about it back then. It was late afternoon on a dark, cold November day. Leaden clouds filled the sky and a damp mist settled over the streets. I was visiting relatives in Keighley andContinue reading “The Bronte Museum”
by Karen J Mossman Today, 23rd February 2017 is my wedding anniversary. Jon and I have been married 37 years. When we moved into our new house, my Dad bought me a car radio for Christmas and then told me he couldn’t fit it. He sent me next door as their son was always tinkeringContinue reading “The Day I Married The Boy Next Door”
by Karen J Mossman If you have read Behind Closed Doors, you might want to know a little about the area mentioned in the story. Withington in Manchester is a place I lived from 1968 until 1976. I wanted Kerry and Tommy to be in a place I knew so I could describe andContinue reading “Withington, The Setting for Behind Closed Doors.”
We received an invitation from the board of management of Henshaw’s Blind Asylum, which most people who reside in Oldham know it is situated at Old Trafford, to the annual distribution of prizes by Oliver HEYWOOD Esq., J.P., the High Sheriff of Lancashire.
by Karen J Mossman In 2001, my parents bought a caravan here on Anglesey and from then until 2016, when we moved to the island, this was our holiday home. Each year we visited several times and discovered new places. On the way from the A55 and through Llanfwrog, we would always see a signContinue reading “Lynnon Mill, Anglesey”