In The Autumn of the Year

The days are dwindling down now, in the autumn of the year and most likely the autumn of a life. Which is all as it should be. I love the changes the seasons bring as I also love the changes time brings. The leaves on the trees letting go as naturally as age lets go […]

Grids

Have you ever looked at the grids in your street, really looked at them? Thought not, so we’ve had a look for you. At least we have if you happen to live in any of four roads in New Brighton or a few more back over in Liverpool. And what’s more our inspection was carried […]

Walking Through Time

Each morning, early, I would leave the place where I was staying and walk through time, all day. All of the days of the late summertime coming into autumn. I had work to do and the work got done, writing work that required so much walking, thinking and asking for help. “What was this like […]

Evensong in Autumn

Time in Holy Cross Church on the Woodchurch Estate and Flaybrick Memorial Gardens, Birkenhead, on National Heritage Weekend. The practice of Evensong is apparently something early Christians derived from the Jewish faith, where prayers are offered for particular times of the day. I know this because Sarah and I spent our late Sunday afternoon this […]

Our day out in Rimrose Valley, Litherland

A post by Sarah about our day out in a much needed place.  These days, that is these last few weeks, Ronnie is only ‘back home’ at weekends as he’s mostly in Port Sunlight writing his University Dissertation. So we’ve consciously had some days out together when he’s back here. This weekend Ronnie knew I […]

The Chapel Cafe

New at Rice Lane City Farm Coming soon and now open is something new as well as old, in one of Liverpool’s very best secret places. I first visited The Chapel Cafe at Rice Lane City Farm back in March this year, when it was all scaffolds, paint and possibilities. Now it’s open, or at […]