One year later: more thoughts about my father

One year ago today, which happened to be Easter Day, my father Clive Brown died aged 82 in the early hours of the morning. I have written about this in three previous blogs – “48 Hours: my father and I“, “48 Hours: postscript” and “That Was The Year That Was“. But, if you will indulgeContinue reading “One year later: more thoughts about my father”

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It wouldn’t be a show without Punch

This is getting silly. Regular readers of this blog will know that the previous two entries were based on sayings and expressions used regularly by my mother. And for the third time – but I promise this will be the last time for now – I am going to write about that subject. You see,Continue reading “It wouldn’t be a show without Punch”

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More wise words from the family

My previous blog, Your Mother Should Know, was about some of my mother’s favourite sayings and, for two reasons, I’m going to revisit the topic this time. Firstly, I have remembered two more of my mother’s choice sayings. In fact, I could probably keep returning to this on a regular basis as I remember moreContinue reading “More wise words from the family”

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Your mother should know

Hipsters of a certain generation will recognise “Your Mother Should Know” as the title of a song by The Beatles which featured in their much-criticised-but-fun-in-a-silly-way film Magical Mystery Tour. To be truthful this blog has little to do with the song, other than providing a snappy title, but for those who do not know theContinue reading “Your mother should know”

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