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Christmas 2019 Worth Thousands of Words

© December 2019 Colonialis

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Shelved and a Totally Week-ed Week to Leave One Weak

Let us hope that this time, I am able to post this. What a week! On Monday, I was preparing to stay in bed and assemble shelves there when a call came from a friend down the road who wanted … Continue reading

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Colourful and Breezy

On the day of departure of the kids and their mother, Jeneva started singing this song to me. She had learnt it in choir. I was amazed. Her diction was flawless, she had no chopped-off notes which kids are inclined … Continue reading

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Wordle 434: The Prospector Celebrates Success.

Shuffle to bar; brief cheer at surge of dirt Trip; still kiss the steam that will churn from glittery shirt! © December 2019 Colonialist

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Dripped On and At

For the past week it has rained; It has rained hard. It has rained gently. It has drizzled. It has teemed down. It has teamed up with the wind to wreck umbrellas and soak the holders. By the time a … Continue reading

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No Trump Opening Bid

Trump: disgusting little creature; No redeeming sort of feature; Filled with jealousy and spite, Can’t accept Thunberg is right; She makes Don and Jair like boys Smashing up their childhood toys, It is inexplicable US have despicable So -called leaders … Continue reading

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A Cupboard Not for Cups

Today was spent in overseeing the installation of our new cupboard, then out on the town in the unrelentingly pouring rain to get a blood test and then to buy some items I failed to find. Even Enid Blyton’s ‘The … Continue reading

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