Recent posts for Carol

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Quote - "The pleasure of what we enjoy is lost by wanting more"’ Blog entry 42 weeks 5 days
Quote - "important enough to risk somebody else's"’ Blog entry 43 weeks 1 day
Quote - "The world is made up of our differences"’ Blog entry 43 weeks 1 day
Quote - "Would I that he was not here now, but was then, than he never was here at all"’ Blog entry 1 year 2 weeks
Quote - "impulse towards good involves choice and is complicated, and the impulse towards bad is hideo’" Blog entry 1 year 17 weeks
When management isn't far away... Image 1 year 20 weeks
The History of Earth as a 24 hr clock. Humans have only just arrived... Image 1 year 21 weeks
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Memorial Image 1 year 25 weeks
MacDonald K C Pte 8th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders | De Ruvignys Roll Of Honour Image 1 year 25 weeks
Quote - "We need to dispel the myth that empathy is ‘walking in someone else’s shoes.’" Blog entry 1 year 29 weeks
Thin cakes called Crumpits, made from seeds of Polygonum aviculare L. (Knot Grass) Blog entry 1 year 34 weeks
Lightning strike | West Cornwall Image 1 year 38 weeks
Quote - "True is such a twentieth-century concept. The question is, can I get you to believe it, can I get it repeated enough" Blog entry 2 years 6 days
Scotland - cloud flowing through and filling up the glens and lochs Image 2 years 16 weeks
February 21 -- Feast of Saint Robert Southwell Feast 2 years 17 weeks
Quote - "It is a matter not so much of concealing as of withholding and what is withheld is not so much the truth as the facts" Blog entry 2 years 21 weeks
In Remembrance - Hiroshima bomb survivor Sunao Tsuboi dies at 96 Blog entry 2 years 21 weeks
Matters because involves standards, rules & integrity in public office.. once those values erode - can ever expect to get back? Blog entry 2 years 48 weeks
Quote - "Time shall unfold what plaited cunning hides: Who cover faults, at last shame them derides" Blog entry 3 years 1 week
Feast of St Piala, patron saint of Phillack, near Hayle On This Day 3 years 16 weeks
Cornish Feast of St Erth (also known as Erc), patron saint of St Erth near Hayle On This Day 3 years 16 weeks
Nearly There / Nearly Home Trees Image 3 years 18 weeks
Poem - For the Fallen Blog entry 3 years 22 weeks
Poem - In Flanders Fields Blog entry 3 years 22 weeks
Quote - "So hope for a great sea-change On the far side of revenge" Blog entry 3 years 22 weeks
Quote - "My mission is to seek beauty, find humour, and bring joy" Blog entry 3 years 22 weeks
Word of the day is 'podsnappery' (19th century, from Dickens): 'insular complacency and blinkered self-satisfaction' Blog entry 3 years 23 weeks
Pleiades: Japanese Festival of lanthorns, celebrated about November Blog entry 3 years 23 weeks
3D Render England | Geological Map 1957 Image 3 years 24 weeks
3D Render Cornwall | Geological Map 1957 Image 3 years 24 weeks
Quote - Today Is The Tomorrow You Worried About Yesterday, And All Is Well Blog entry 3 years 24 weeks
December 12th: Feast Day of St Bugga of Thanet Blog entry 3 years 24 weeks
October 24th: Feast of St Magloire of Dol Blog entry 3 years 24 weeks
Word of the day is ‘quockerwodger’ Blog entry 3 years 26 weeks
What a stunning morning! Image 3 years 32 weeks
Enjoyed Giri/Haji Blog entry 4 years 22 weeks
Quote - Men who find themselves in receipt of unasked-for luck become either benign, believing themselves unworthy, or dangerous Blog entry 4 years 24 weeks
Poem - Days of Kindness Blog entry 4 years 27 weeks
Word(s) from other languages... Blog entry 4 years 27 weeks
Cottage at Kynance Cove Image 4 years 29 weeks
Protect ALL of the people from the will of SOME of the people. Democracy not electoral dictatorship, majority rule within framew Blog entry 4 years 32 weeks
The power of a written constitution.... Blog entry 4 years 37 weeks
Poem - Ech day me comëth tydinges thre Blog entry 4 years 37 weeks
Poem - Somer is y-comen in Blog entry 4 years 37 weeks
Poem - Miri it is while sumer i-last With foulës song Blog entry 4 years 37 weeks
Poem - Foulës in the frith, The fishës in the flod Blog entry 4 years 37 weeks
Poem - Westron wynde, when wylt thow blow The smalle rayne downe can rayne? Blog entry 4 years 37 weeks
The Lie of the Land Biblio 4 years 37 weeks