My having British children, now almost grown up, does not guarantee my rights to stay in the UK after we leave the EU any more than being married to a … Continue reading My British children: no guarantees
It’s been a strange time since July. Unsettling. There seems to be clouds surrounding me, the sun wants to come out but it’s hidden away by millions of droplets of … Continue reading Hiding under the mist
British people don’t do revolution, have been told for years. Well, this sure feels like a revolution, in an English kind of way. Theresa May maybe, but what next?
Evening walks around the hills of West Dorset open windows onto valleys and further hills, bluebells swaying gently in the wind, catching the last light of the setting sun…
“Tough” she said. “If you want to vote in the referendum, you should have taken the British nationality”. I should have seen it coming. And to a point, I agree … Continue reading EU referendum: no pressure
My new cooperation with Maddie Grigg on her latest blog, A Dorset Year.
At last the ground was frozen this morning. Crisp crunchy sounds with every step and a feast of tiny crystal flakes of different shapes and sizes popped up here, there and everywhere.