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Category Archives: Sense
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One of my favourite albums from the 70s was ‘Touch me in the Morning’ by Diana Ross. The single was her second solo Number One when it was released in 1973. Sadly I made the mistake…
Today sees Sara’s first outing as host for the Sunday Writing Prompt. And it’s a goodie! Read more here They say, smell triggers memories better than any other sense. But, sometimes you’ll hear a song that brings you back to … Continue reading
Does a certain smell evoke a particular memory for you? Does it bring someone to the forefront of your mind? Does it trigger a fear or something unpleasant? In the 1946 film ‘A Matter of Life and Death’, David Niven’s … Continue reading
My sense of smell is pretty acute, though obviously from a dog’s point of view it’s actually pathetic. However, I am sure most of us have had an encounter of the smelly kind and in some instances have found it … Continue reading
The fair was definitely bigger than last year, and whereas Maggie had been curious to go and check out all those interesting smells last time, last night she was not so keen. The food vans were out in force: burgers, hot … Continue reading
Everything is harder When you’re tired. Nothing is a pleasure, When tiredness takes over. Little niggles become mountains When sleep has been deprived, Tempers have no fuse and blow When rest has been denied. People can be tiresome And Patience … Continue reading
No matter how careful (or clever) we are in putting her off, Maggie knows the time. When I was working, our previous dog would lie at the front door about five minutes before I was due to get home. Maggie … Continue reading
I walked Maggie along the Avenue this morning, and for once did not encounter a single dog walker. People were waiting at the bus stop, and a guy passed me on his mobility scooter (could be an interesting race that, … Continue reading