Tag: family

Isolation #15

This part of Suffolk, is a seemingly ideal place to spend these days of isolation. But friends here have expressed their concerns about Londoners having moved in to their second homes with all the consequential pressures and anxieties that brings. Moreover they are a… Continue Reading “Isolation #15”

isolation #13

You’re never alone with a phone – and whilst we are physically isolated our mobiles are becoming more than just a distraction. I’ve enjoyed catching up with friends where contact is usually infrequent and family members who live at a distance. Moreover, it has… Continue Reading “isolation #13”


“A violent windstorm the night before the solstice” Jim Harrions ~ Solstice Litany agrarian ancestors were thinned from the blood far too many centuries ago some four or five families back there were at least woodsmen with knotty, close-knit hands reaching for the soil, the saw,… Continue Reading “Peripatetic”