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MAY 2014 – Newsletter 10

Adapted from ‘189 days to say goodbye’. Written for the ‘others’ and for all the people with patience. Sitting frightened how words, thoughts, or feelings will be interpreted, it is true fear can paralyse everything. It sweeps you up and holds you in a place where there is nothing left to think, to do, to […]

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OCTOBER 2013 – Newsletter #9

  In the blink of an eye. BLINK The bike moves unpredictably, much more than I am used to or can ever recall. Lining up for corners, looking into the distance at tree lines, posts, hedges, all flow past me as gears change and the throttle pushes us forward. The next corner comes and the […]

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APRIL 2013 – Newsletter #8

MEMORIES AND MEMORABILIA: THE WAY THINGS WERE. Sitting by the side of the road in the pouring rain I can hear Cathy laughing. But worse than that, much worse, is the fact I can hear the words “I told you so” coming through loud and clear. Damn and triple damn. Nothing beats being confronted with […]

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