Monthly Archives: February 2016

Retrospective prose

Allatsea hadn’t been sent ‘out of town’ on a job for some time. When he was, recently, he grabbed his travelling and audit gear in an unpracticed way. Amongst the tools of the trade so grabbed, was a notebook, an … Continue reading

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Greed, cars, high tide.

See the house in the picture below? It’s modestly sized and has seen better days. Until recently  it was home to a single old lady who had lived there for years. Story has it, they were very contented years. Then, … Continue reading

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Pianos in February

Storm Henry is kicking the kak out of the Scottish west coast again, down here it’s not as fierce but still doing its best to be a pain in the proverbial. The three mogs have taken over the big bed … Continue reading

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