I am a writer and nostalgia obsessive with a fascination for all things historical. In 2018 I completed an MA in Creative Writing at Leicester University and I loved every minute of it.
Since 1998 I have been lucky enough to have a wide variety of poems, books and articles published and there are still quite a few works-in-progress on my computer...... so watch this space!
In the UK we've just had our last Bank Holiday until 25th December.
The rain fell...
The wind blew...
The sun hardly showed itself...
But we had fun out and about, visiting family and doing real Bank Holiday type activities, like taking our grandchildren for their first steam train ride:
Today the local children went back to school. I watched them going down the road wearing new school uniforms with sharp creases in their trousers, perfectly tied ties and plenty of room to 'grow into them'. It reminded me of when I used to send my kids off to school. I even shed a few tears. How soppy is that?
So the holidays are truly over and, like I said, the next one in the UK won't be for four months [Message to Government: Can we have a few more please?] but in the meantime I have a camera full of photographs and a whole load of memories of a lovely time and that's very precious.
What's your favourite way to spend a Bank Holiday?