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  • Queens birthday and monarchy by Steve Kerr 6/14/2014 11:04:23 AM
    I awoke today,Saturday ,and immedietly tuned into my favourite radio music show,Sounds Of The Sixties, after an hour a news bulletin announced that it was the queens official birthday and God Save The Queen was played. ... more

  • The Americas by Steve Kerr 6/9/2014 10:08:42 AM
    My brother left for a working stay in Georgia,USA, yesterday morning. He will fly from Edinburgh to New York and then onto Atlanta. Being the great traveller I once was, it is hard to come to terms with the fact tha... more

  • A Mixture Of A Wednesday by Steve Kerr 6/4/2014 9:03:12 AM
    The big question today is -should I do a summer school this year or not? It means a lot of marketing and searching for the perfect venue but its always a challenge and, usually ,an enjoyable experience.We`ll see. br... more

  • blogs,language and pastries by Steve Kerr 6/2/2014 9:19:14 AM
    I am feeling much better today. A week in bed seems to have done me good. I feel at least rested , Side effects however are now I have backache due to lying for several hours at a time this has led to a degree of insomn... more

  • Busy Days - A Writer's Minefield by Ann K Frailey 5/26/2014 8:00:32 AM
    A busy day can get you thinking or stop all thought. You decide.... more

  • European elections, a view... by Steve Kerr 5/26/2014 6:36:02 AM
    The European elections this weekend saw the rise of the extreme right to power,except in Greece where the extreme left gained power, and a victory for maverick non mainstream parties in general.Most likely a show o... more

  • Dundee by Steve Kerr 5/24/2014 8:46:31 AM
    Dundee is Scotlands fourth city. It lies at the mouth of the tay and includes in its city limits the seaside resort of Broughty ferry. It is approached from the south by the Tay road bridge.Few cities offer such an impo... more

  • A Pleasant lunch by Steve Kerr 5/19/2014 9:06:49 AM
    Yesterday saw day two of a heatwave and boy was it hot.The much talked about heatwave ,predicted to last fifty days ,is now well underway. I went to a Greek restaurant in Manchester and lunched on the veranda.Manche... more

  • An elderly man at the market by Steve Kerr 5/15/2014 4:57:44 AM
    As I walked through the market place this lunchtime I banged into an elderly member of the Polish community.Now over ninety. he is still very active,regularly goes hillwalking and is a consistant contributor to ... more

  • Can't Get Motivated by Michael D LeFevre 5/14/2014 1:28:30 AM
    Just feeling lethargic about my writing at the moment.... more

  • Tuesday thoughts by Steve Kerr 5/13/2014 11:24:25 AM
    As Conchita Wursts winning Euphoria and the rest of Saturday nights entrants fade but turn into pan european hits clogging the i tunes charts all over Europe there has been a lot in the press about Europes tolerance... more

  • A Tradition by Steve Kerr 5/10/2014 7:17:21 AM
    I thought I would just write a few things in my blog about a rather -very- dull rainy day here at Elmwood .A STEAK PIE IS IN THE OVEN as I speak. A few bills awaited me when I arrived back from the supermarket.What c... more

  • Sun,Techno and Beards by Steve Kerr 5/8/2014 10:47:56 PM
    There is little sign of the great heatwave predicted by the weathermen and now the papers say we are to expect gale force winds.In the merry month of may it is dark rainy and dull as I look out into the garden.It is in... more

  • Different Stages of Writing and Living by Ann K Frailey 5/8/2014 10:39:43 AM
    Writing is more about living life than recording life.... more

  • Eurovision semis and other activities by Steve Kerr 5/6/2014 12:31:47 PM
    The Eurovision Song Contest semi final one was held in Copenhagen tonight ,From the sixteen countries only ten could qualify to Saturday nights final.The lucky hopefuls from San Marino,Iceland,Russia,Ukraine,Sweden,Hung... more

  • May day weekend by Steve Kerr 5/3/2014 6:12:03 AM
    Its the Saturday of the May day weekend and warm and Sunny with it. The garden which you are by now very familiar with shines with the yellow and red wallflowers that line the borders and the white blossom on other assor... more

  • Cherry blossom lane by Steve Kerr 5/1/2014 11:23:42 AM
    The cherry blossom hangs thick at the enterance to the carpark outside my door .The ground carpeted in pink blossom How sad it is that cherry blossom remains with us for such a short time.It gives places such a booklike ... more

  • marketing in the high street by Steve Kerr 4/27/2014 10:05:33 AM
    On marketing books One of the main problems I have encountred has been the lack of any overall cohesive policy, concerning the sale of self published books, by major high street retailers.While one retailer list... more

  • and so to Easter by Steve Kerr 4/26/2014 4:50:21 AM
    I awoke in my hotel room in Pembridge Square and looked through the net curtains onto the gardens below.It was a bright and sunny Spring day ,fitting for an Easter weekend I went out into the morning and had breakfast at... more

  • the week in retrospect by Steve Kerr 4/21/2014 10:26:23 AM
    It has been a long and somewhat dramatic week in the history of my world.Coming to terms with my IT skills or lack of them seemed to take up most of the earlier part of the week and I am still trying to work out some iss... more

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