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Tale Weaver – #176 – June 21st- Trains

Photo © Jim Kable (Used with permission) My mother would pack my lunch into my globite school bag and shoo me out the door, so I would catch the train to school. The train station was a short walk from … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver/Fairy Tale – #175 – June 14th – Happy Ever After

Princess Linda-Louise the Ungrateful had a huge chip on her shoulder. She was the youngest of three daughters born into a family for whom happy ever after was a desired and in the case of her older sisters achieved outcome. … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #174 – Making Sense of Nonsense – Seeking the Elixir of Life.

Image: Pinterest Carstairs found himself in a precarious situation. He now had a clearer understanding as to why the Elixir of Life was so elusive. Though he did think himself halfway there. He’d found the root of the Goodtogo Tree, … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #173 – May 31st – Days Of Old – Mrs Dustler

Mrs Dustler was old. She lived two doors from me, and everything about her was old. Her house was old, the external walls often appeared to be pleading for repair, a coat of paint, and the gutters were rusted and … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #172 –Libraries – 24 May 2018 – Allistair’s Travelling Library

Allistair’s travelling library was looking neglected. For those who frequented the library on a regular basis, the problem was a disagreement among the many volumes. Allistair had done a brilliant job over the years transporting his library from one location … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver- #171- May 17th – Light

Image: © Mara Eastern (Used with Permission) There were two things he hoped for when the lights went out. One was, they came back on; the other was that his focus would still be on what he was focusing before … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #170 – 10th May – Making Sense of Nonsense – The Book of Durfur

Grimace Street was awash with rumour that Miss Marble, of 46 Grimace Street was ill and generally unwell. Miss Marble was a witch and as long as anyone could remember she had administered to the sick in the street and … Continue reading

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