Once I’ve posted my simple pleasures blog, I sit back and wait to see what emerges for next week. So it was that I found myself wandering casually around Holland Park in a curious and relaxed frame of mind when I came across a statue of Milo of Croton. Reading the inscription I discovered that […]Read More →
- Simple Pleasures: Being With My Sis
16 May 2016
There’s a soft, cool breeze blowing through my study window. So different ...
- Simple Pleasures No 15: The Red Box On The Counter Top.
26 April 2016
It’s a few weeks since my beloved father passed and we are ...
- Simple Pleasures Number 10: Milo of Croton
29 February 2016
Once I’ve posted my simple pleasures blog, I sit back and wait ...
- Simple Pleasures Number 9: Finding The Funny
22 February 2016
‘I’ve been feeling a bit funny this morning. Then I ...
- Simple Pleasures Number 8: Happy Endings
15 February 2016
When I started writing this series, I told myself that I needed ...
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