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Neutered by technology

I have been in the south of France for a few days. Skiing. Poor me, eh? This was a long arranged  dad’s and daughters trip (the inappropriately named ‘Double Dees’, using a friend’s house just outside Bourg St Martin. We skied … Continue reading

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Snow

I wake to a muffled world where the curtains shine with a sepia tint. Somewhere, I hear a faint rustle of ticker tape, falling in drifts. It is eerily quiet as I peek out half knowing the reason. A magician, … Continue reading

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