Monthly Archives: December 2013

Dial-A-Carol

There are still a lot of good people out there. My local indie music radio station called the good folks at Dial-A-Carol today. I had never heard of this student initiative, which apparently has been running for 53 years. Call … Continue reading

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The shock-absorber generation

Interesting article by Jody Day in The Guardian today entitled “Childlessness is a political, as well as deeply personal, issue“. While identifying with the difficulty of watching siblings’ children take centre stage at Christmas (and feeling bitter about the days … Continue reading

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December

The weather was amazing this summer (relatively speaking, after some miserable ones – our expectations are low here) and continues to be eerily mild and sunny into winter. Today is a beautiful December day. The sun is low in the … Continue reading

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