Books by Glenda Young

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Waves

Regular readers know I'm a displaced northerner living in that London place. Going 'home', especially at Christmas, brings a strong sense of place and a wonderful feeling of quiet serenity that I've yet to find in the big city.

And when you're born, bred and brought up living by the sea, by 'eck, you don't half miss it when you're landlocked in London.

5 comments:

Tvor said...

I hear you loud and clear. I've lived all but 5 years of my life by the Atlantic ocean here in Halifax and it was very strange when i was away even though we were near a small river. Just not the same, though, is it?

Steve said...

Glad to hear you enjoyed a Christmas visit back home - wishing you a wonderful New Year, Nora (spent not entirely in landlocked London).

KAZ said...

I always feel landlocked in Manchester. A city on the sea would be my ideal - like Barcelona or Swansea.
Happy new year Nora.

Jacqueline said...

Popping in to say Happy New Year girlie!

Flaming Nora said...

Thanks for the New Years' wishes everyone. All the best to everyone.

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