Author Archives: Kath

Good Friday.

I’ve always been an Easter person. I loved the profound uniqueness of this story as I was growing up. It was our festival. The world around didn’t really care. There were no presents to get worked up about. There was … Continue reading

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What I’ve read. The January edition.

There are upsides to being ill for the last three or so weeks. I’ve read. Lots. Here’s the list: Milkman – Anna Burns This is well worth the time and energy it will take to read it. It’s dense, fast … Continue reading

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The details.

It’s the details. The small ones. The slow ones. The gentle walking on ones. It’s the details. The text. That message. The family taking our boys for breakfast. It’s the details. The poem sent The reminders. The knowing that others … Continue reading

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The one with the January round up.

January is famous for it’s weary undertone. A month of slogging through with the promise of the early first weeks enthusiasm wearing thin as we realise we are still a Long Way from Spring. It’s a month for hibernation, naming … Continue reading

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Winter trees

It’s January. I have thoughts and they blow off into the bitter cold wind. I have ideas to post here in my pensive, a space for the swirling processing to be formed and shaped. They float away into the winter … Continue reading

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Books of 2018

Here’s the final list from 2018. I’m fairly sad that I managed less than last year but I did start a new job this year which took away some of my free time and brain energy. Onwards into the new … Continue reading

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What I read, October-December 2018

The list of the year is coming soon. But for now, here’s the list of books I read over the last few months, not as many as I hoped or as varied as I wished for but a few good … Continue reading

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