light in the dark — Words + Images (Reblog)

Trinity Church in Copley Square. Boston Well, I can tell you, with a little behind the scenes knowledge, that the only things missing from this view of Trinity Church are the four large wreaths that will hang from the columns of the church’s now brightly lit west porch and a life-size ice scene of the […]light … Continue reading light in the dark — Words + Images (Reblog)

One word Sunday: bright — View from the Back (Reblog)

Should I pick something that’s a bright colour or where the sun’s bright or both?   I’ve decided to join in with Debbie Smyth’s One Word Sunday challengeDebbie Smyth’s One Word Sunday challenge, largely because she sets them well in advance – always an advantage in my book. In addition, she’s a fantastic and inspirational […]One … Continue reading One word Sunday: bright — View from the Back (Reblog)

‘The Kissing Game’ Chapter 9, Short Story Serialisation, by Milly Reynolds

“I am… quite beautiful,” she whispered.

She recognised the room, the bed in the corner where someone was lying. Walking up to the bed, she recognised him, though he made no move, as if he was asleep. She peered more closely; then he opened his eyes, slightly.

Rudyard Kipling Born Today 1865

http://www.reddit.com/r/FreeEBOOKS/comments/ehka7k/happy_birthday_rudyard_kipling/ He was a man of his time, born in India to British parents, into a culture which was to inspire his output: 'The Jungle Book' and 'Kim' being two of his more famous works.

Rock Review: Yes, ‘Close to the Edge’ – Close to being perfect.

Probably my favourite all time prog rock album, 'Close to the Edge' (Elektra/Rhino CD) by Yes. I was quite young when this came out in 1972 and didn't actually hear it until later in the following year, when my elder brother brought it home. I think I had heard 'Fragile' by then too, the band's … Continue reading Rock Review: Yes, ‘Close to the Edge’ – Close to being perfect.