What do you do with your ‘impossible’ dreams?
Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea vs John Steinbeck, The Pearl The Old Man and the Sea speaks to me of a journey, venturing towards a goal no matter what, daring to fight and not giving up, staying the storm and holding on despite adversity. It doesn’t say this in a fierce way;… Continue Reading →
‘Careful! It’s very hot’ says the warning on the tea cup I’d been drinking out of earlier on the train ride. I love the scenic view through the dirt-bespeckled window from the Virgin Trains First Class window seat. I am enjoying a great deal of space and freedom – because it’s the weekend, and I… Continue Reading →