Monthly Archives: July 2015

A moonstone otter evening

Years ago, my mother had a moonstone ring. A pale blue, perfectly smooth, oval stone set simply in old gold. No fancy swirls or filigree, just a thick band to grasp a finger and a sturdy setting to claim the … Continue reading

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Interlude: shed-hut, byre-barn and heat

I sit and write in a wooden hut, a ‘shed-with-windows’. Surrounded by wood, I am in a comforting, creaking, crackling nest that is warm and warming at this time of year, crunchy and cold but still warmth giving in winter. … Continue reading

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