Creative Non-Fiction Short Stories. :) Travel, Oldsters, Love, and Compassion.
All this time you are doing important things like falling in and out of love–things which broaden and deepen and strengthen the character more surely than anything else. I can honestly say I’ve never been in love. When I pined for you I was too young to know what I was doing– no offence meant. Since then I haven’t lost an hour’s sleep over any of Eve’s daughters. This means I am growing up lop-sided, an overgrown boy.
–In a letter from Frank Thompson to a twenty-something Iris Murdoch. The Writer At War.
Love the photos bloody awesome
I too have a crumbling face 🙂 Nice post!
You have a lovely face and perspective, Jo. 🙂 Thanks!
So kind 🙂 (quick curtsey)
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