Sufficient Sustenance Elsewhere

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Our crab apples are beginning to line the pavement at the front of the house. In previous years blackbirds have feasted on them. Other birds have preferred holly berries which are falling onto the soil below. This year, it seems, our avifauna are obtaining sufficient sustenance elsewhere.

This morning I took up ‘A Knight’s Tale’ once more. For more recent readers I should explain that, following encouragement from others, I have begun writing the story of my life, taking much information from posts on this blog. As the narrative entered adulthood I became rather uncertain of the direction into which I should take my next step. Childhood had seemed much more straightforward.

Today, for material, I delved into ‘The Drain’, ‘The Folio Society’,Β ‘Toytown’, and ‘A Postcard’

This evening we dined on Mr Pink’s fish and chips, with which Jackie fished the Sauvignon Blanc and Elizabeth and I drank Cono Sur Bicicleta reserva Merlot 2017

55 thoughts on “Sufficient Sustenance Elsewhere

  1. Your title makes a good tongue-twister! I tried to say it three times fast! πŸ™‚

    Lovely crab apples AND berries! πŸ™‚

    Oh, that is so exciting that you are working on your memoirs! ‘Twould be a wonderful treasure for family and friends! And even people you don’t know would enjoy reading. If you are writing it like you write your blog it will be great…you have a wonderful writing style. Best wishes as you write! πŸ™‚
    HUGS to you and Jackie! πŸ™‚

  2. I am also re-starting my memoir and I know just what you mean. That change of tone is hard to bridge. However, a memoir, unlike a biography does not have to be linear.

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