A conversation with Professor Corinne Fowler of the University of Leicester, and Director of ‘Colonial Countryside: National Trust Houses Reinterpreted’
Like a firework captured as it falls to earth, this Willow glowed in the sunlight while a gusty breeze up high swirled the clouds on one of those dreamy, breezy early Spring days. Bliss.
The dynamics of denial damage culture, society and people. That’s why we need to discuss them. Here’s news of a new podcast doing just that.
Lockdown walks are all about trying to create an element of surprise, or novelty; a reason to stop and take in something fresh and stimulate the senses. This one certainly did!
As heaving dark grey clouds yawn open, light hits yellow lichen on a wooden rail, causing colour to ripple in intense succession before giving way to hope and renewal.
Pancakes with Orange and Pepper Yoghurt? Really?! Oh yes, and delicious for breakfast. I made a simple pancake batter, quite thin, as I prefer a French crepe style pancake. Once the pancakes were made, I took the juice of one blood orange and some of the outer rind, and mixed with yoghurt and a teaspoonContinue reading “Pancakes with Orange and Pepper Yoghurt”
The time is right to unravel the meaning of ‘home’ for our changing times. Why, and how?
As we reach the shortest day of the year with the Winter Solstice, it seems all hope is extinguished. But is it really?
When the mornings are dark, and the evenings too, and in between is but a blurry dark blue, escape becomes all important.
Ritual, habit, practical and deliberate actions, create a soothing sense that things can be different.