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Vicar on November 26th, 2009

Word from Wormingford Our reading skills can be put to many uses, says Ronald Blythe AT SCHOOL, we had Silent Reading and Reading Aloud. Most of this was done from a primer, Tales the Letters Tell. A girl named Enid was good at both and would go far, they said. She became a cashier in […]

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Vicar on November 26th, 2009

Word from Wormingford Ronald Blythe wonders whether melancholy is properly appreciated   THE days are perfectly sad. Leaves mulch; skies are neither light nor dark. There are plants that have lost all sense of time, and as such are living dangerously, like my budding hollyhocks and yuccas, which will flower in the first frost. If […]

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Vicar on November 10th, 2009

Ronald Blythe ponders riches, and the need for small change AN AUTUMN morning, very early. The white cat washes herself on one end of the ironing board as I press shirts on the other. The ash leaves have all fallen; so now it is time for the hawthorns to follow suit. Not a mite of […]

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