Category Archives: judgements

Day 33: Astoria to Rabanal del Camino

Part two Despite a dismal wet beginning to the day, by the time I left my lodgings the rain had almost gone and weak sunshine was beginning to break through, looking behind reminded me of the poem The Highwayman, which … Continue reading

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Day 16 Ciruena to Belorado

There is no question that I will “give up”, but had that option been even a tiny seed in the back of my mind, today would have been the day. My attic room in Casa Victoria turned out to be … Continue reading

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08.12.13.Snap judgements, observations, artistry, a cure for the wayward bed and the great storm of 2013.

 It’s my eldest son’s birthday today – he’s closer to 50 than 40, confirming the fact that I was definitely a child bride (I’m actually not old enough to be his mother – really, it’s true – I’ve done the … Continue reading

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