Monthly Archives: June 2010

SYMPHONY COMPLETED AND ON PLAYER


I will have to copy a post I did on Letterdash to get this announcement across, or I wouldn’t get it across: *picture a meerkat punching paws in the air, pulling shirt over head and charging across the field, doing a … Continue reading

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OUT OF THE PICTURE


  Last weekend we visited the Nature Reserve at the mouth of the Umgeni River in Durban, where there is a boardwalk of about 1 Kilometer taking one through the mangrove forest, with interesting little creeks and lots of bird life.  … Continue reading

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COMPOSING POST HASTE


This is MacGregor – an aritistic cat.   He has a grand position and is picture perfect.  No doubt he feels that if a toy dog can be left there (I suspect the two-year old granddaughter) why can’t he join it?   He will … Continue reading

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ON FORCING CREATIVITY


 Many people believe that the creative process – in art, writing, music, sculpting, needlework, pottery, or whatever – cannot be forced. The juices are either flowing, or they aren’t, and if they are absent one may as well go and … Continue reading

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SOMEWHERE UNDER THE RAINBOW…


Could this perhaps provide an indication That there will come, together with World Cup, Return to us of hopeful Rainbow Nation – And Durban’s where you see it starting up?

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MANE LION FIX (REALLY AWFUL)


  Imagine a lion who had a long mane, Which got in his way, and was really a pain; If he cut it short – As maybe he ought – Would being with mane he hacks make him insane? © … Continue reading

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BEACHCOMBER’S DIARY AND REALLY AWFUL RHYME COMBINED…


Sand, sea and pooches   – Took pooches to beach today; We all had a lot of fun; They froliced and splahed away, And then we went for a run.    But shells were quite hard to find Until a rock-shell … Continue reading

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