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ASF008 Dew-Smudged Facepaint

The thud of a tailwag. Happy May! How are you all? How’s that better, kinder world coming on? Beltane and May Day This morning, as I sat in bed with my first cup of tea of the day, I reflected on May Day mornings of recent years. Living in Edinburgh, it always seemed there was a satisfied, …

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ASF007 Journalling and Serialising

Bursts of sunshine. Now, then! How are you all? Quite the weather we’ve been having, no? Anything eventful happened recently? Record-Keeping Periodically, I attempt to keep a journal. It never lasts too long, though I always enjoy trying again. Perhaps the tip is to just accept it is not a permanent addition to my day, or …

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ASF006 Cabbages and Kings

Attempted brevity. Merry March, Friends! Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax This update is actually the first of two for today. The second update will be a quick overview of how I plan to manage this platform throughout 2020. To save bombarding your inbox with too many words (for those of you who subscribe), therefore, …

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ASF005 Stepping Back and Ramping Up

A different orbit. Well, that’s a twelfth of the year gone already. And what a month! How are you all? Audience Participation Creatively, I have had an excellent start to the year. Stepping back from Twitter was the right decision, and a couple of weeks ago I also stopped reading the news. (I have especially …

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ASF004 And So To 2020: Taking Stock

The self-imposed rigour of currency. Well, the twelve days of Christmas are now over, and we are already more than a week into 2020. Following a conversation (and much thought) in the dying breaths of 2019, I have decided that my phrase for this fresh, new year is ‘Taking Stock’. I’ve been having quite the …

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ASF003 November 2019: Nearly Christmas

Tell me a story about Feste, please. It is that time of year when you blink and suddenly you’ve lost a week. When I was peedie, December seemed to drag by. It took forever to reach Christmas. We would start whispering about Christmas in secret throughout October and early November (sometimes even September), because we …

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