Tag Archives: Bringing up children

Spring – it looks like it’s sprung again

Shafts of sunlight through ragged clouds move across the face of London this morning. From this window, high up on the highest ridge of the capital, you can see right across to the new Wembley Stadium fifteen kilometres away, and … Continue reading

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Education and Imagination in the Park

I’ve written about this a couple of times before ¬†– i.e. the children and young peoples’ recreation ground situated about a hundred foot below the kitchen window of this flat. And I’m prompted to do so yet again on account … Continue reading

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Views, Thoughts from a London Window

The weather this morning is beautiful. It’s not hot – indeed it’s not particularly warm as yet – but the air is clear, the sun is shining and there are puffy white clouds scurrying across a pale blue sky. The … Continue reading

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Children are a pain

The kitchen of this flat, apart from looking out over the point where most of the long-haul stuff coming in from around the world does a sharp a left turn before heading¬† down on its final run to Heathrow Airport, … Continue reading

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