Monthly Archives: December 2007

Year today, gone tomorrow

When I was a kid, we didn’t have a car. We walked or used public transport. A ride in a car, be it a private vehicle or a taxi, was a special event. As soon as I discovered it, I … Continue reading

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A day by the sea

Yesterday, Saturday, we paid our postponed Christmas visit to Tigger’s father. We used to bus or walk to King’s Cross Thameslink Station, buy our tickets there, and take the tube to Victoria where we could get a direct train to … Continue reading

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Memory holes

Does your memory let you down? Mine does sometimes and very irritating that can be, too. One of its annoying little tricks is what the French call “trou de mémoire” (literally “memory hole”). I think everyone experiences this from time … Continue reading

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