One day in the Summer, when there was a rainbow in the sky, Max trotted along the wet garden path. He wagged his tail as he dotted in and out of the drookit flower beds, his fur drying in the new sunshine. It was a braw day and the air was alive with beasties. HeContinue reading “Max and Leith”
My creativity has wavered throughout Lockdown. At times, I have felt unable to write or draw. This has usually been in times of emotional upheaval or lockdown fatigue. I needed to concentrate on self care and rest. I did try to write small amounts in a journal. Another thing that has helped with this difficultyContinue reading “Creativity in Lockdown”
A silent stare, meets mine with grace. Then he slips away, Across the tawny braes.
This week (16th-22nd November) is Book Week Scotland. I have been delighted to take part in a Poetry Safari along with other writers. Nine poems have been placed along a 3km trail in the Eskrigg Nature Reserve on the outskirts of Lockerbie. The small, peaceful reserve is a mixed area of heath and woodland thatContinue reading “Mycelium Rescue”