Author Archives: Pauline Small
In the classical tradition of still life painting, there is always an intimation of mortality – a piece of fruit that is spoilt or blossom that has fallen and withered. Looking at these exquisite flowers as a work of art, Continue reading
There were not many dry eyes when we saw George proudly waking his daughter… Source: Gladness and Learning to Float.
There were not many dry eyes when we saw George proudly waking his daughter… Continue reading
This Advent, a more disturbing gift has lain in wait for us. Source: What you didn’t want to find in your Mum’s wardrobe just before Christmas.
This Advent, a more disturbing gift has lain in wait for us.
I have been debating internally for a while about whether or not to start writing my blog again. I have loved writing it in the past, although it is hard to tell whether it is a useful thing to do … Continue reading