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We didn’t have a car when I was a child. So we went everywhere by train or bus. Sometimes the journeys were fun days out. Sometimes, not. But I still love train journeys.
Along a small, old street in my home town of Scarborough was the back-entrance to the sports shop ‘Sydenhams and Co’. It was a bit dusty and tatty and dead flies lay in the window display. But to me it … Continue reading →
I loved going on school trips. I recall one weekend on the Yorkshire Moors, walking with Mr. Adams the chemistry teacher on the windy, Whitby moors.
Cookery at school didn’t always go as planned. Happy to say I cook a mean cake now.
I adored going to the market when I visited my Gran. The haberdashery stall was my favorite with all the ribbons and lace and buttons. I am still drawn to ‘notions’ when I go to a store.
The first time I stayed up all night to read a book. Still love the Bronte’s.