Monthly Archives: August 2010

Friendship and blogging

This is really an Afterthought to Unexpected Guest.   A variety of responses to this blog – and my broader blogging experiences over the last year – have led me to reflect on how blogging can affect friendships.  I see four possibilities: … Continue reading

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Unexpected guest

I have an image in my mind of an unknown film or tv programme I saw when I was a child.  I think it was set in the mid-West and the mother or grandmother of the family set a place at … Continue reading

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Walking to hear the music

I recently went on what was for me a long walk in hilly Dorset – Hardy and Austen country.  The walk was led by John Jones of Oysterband, accompanied by the Reluctant Ramblers – musicians who support his solo work – and the rest of us, … Continue reading

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