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I have 1809 stories published in 16 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 2455454 times and 520 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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Cherry

Progress!

Winter’s retreating …
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Gold cherry

Joyful, frugal celebration!

Her ring was old, her grandma’s gold; her love, commitment new and true; her dress she’d had to borrow … no sop to superstition, or slavish following of tradition – just

Amazing Grace!

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Grace, powerful, undeserved: the favour, gifts of God – though all we do he has observed, our every word has … He is the Gardener …
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January Skies

In January beautiful tracery of skeletal branches on clear skies cool blue cloudscapes near-sunset tinges – back-lighting glow.
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Sharing with the One who knows

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] We see the outer side, the smiling gaze, reports of purchases and holidays. Concerns may all be locked...

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1286 of my comments have received 1323 Great Feedback votes

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Is 'stengazeta' a font of a

Posted on Tue, 15 Mar 2022

Is 'stengazeta' a font of a newspaper? So sad to see the iron curtain emerging again. Hope many want friendly relations across it, and then fears can be discussed. Rhiannon

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Posted in Het Bonhe

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Such tragedy brought home by

Posted on Fri, 11 Mar 2022

Such tragedy brought home by your proximity. And so much of human jumping to believe hatred and misinformation, and easily hate those who are neighbours and should be understood a little. So much 'tit-for-tat-ing' too, and often again from...

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Posted in 502 Kilometres

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Some lovely references to the

Posted on Sun, 06 Feb 2022

Some lovely references to the protection of the trees from the 'wild west' storms. and the acid-green moss and jade lichens in the lush peace within, I take it that there was a lovely rainbow in the pause of snow. Must have been quite a sight to...

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Posted in February Rainbow

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You capture the awesomeness

Posted on Tue, 25 Jan 2022

You capture the awesomeness of beauty and change and danger in great rivers, as in the ocean waves and even in fire – useful, but treat with caution and care. The roar of waterfalls, the tumble of swollen streams, the burbling of shallower stoney...

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Posted in Lady Danube

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You draw the picture of the

Posted on Wed, 01 Dec 2021

You draw the picture of the busy insects, birds, squirrels, bats habiting these sometimes seemingly so silent woods in a lovely, lively way.

Rhiannon

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Posted in Lonesome Pines

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It's lovely that the dying

Posted on Mon, 18 Oct 2021

It's lovely that the dying has beauty created in it too.

they've played their vital part – in spring, and summer, and many in autumnal colours, but now will still contribute to further growth as they mulch into the soil! Rhiannon

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Posted in Grounding Of Autumn

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I have been amazed at some of

Posted on Wed, 22 Sep 2021

I have been amazed at some of the river clean-ups that have happened over the last 50 years or so, eg with the demise of industrial pollution. I know of the vast change in the River Taff, since the mining ended, but also I think much other work...

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Posted in Out in the Fields

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A striking attempt to show

Posted on Fri, 27 Aug 2021

A striking attempt to show the frustration of the broken speech system. Rhiannon

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Posted in Aphasia

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Nice connection of memories.

Posted on Thu, 13 May 2021

Nice connection of memories. Peaceful gardening enjoyment. I was amused at the connection between hanging basket work and the martins building their nests up there - chicks peeping soon not flowers! Rhiannon

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Posted in Capturing Garden Memories

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But if you do good to someone

Posted on Sat, 03 Apr 2021

But if you do good to someone not used to giving in return, you may encourage them to realise they could, should, and would benefit really by so doing, or doing so themselves to someone needy! Rhiannon (and who can tell what's wasted, ultimately...

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Posted in Generosity

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