By Ian Pruce As we travel around, either in town or country, we often see a symbolic act that marks the place where a community was injured. The death of a loved one remembered by flowers at the roadside. However, nothing will stop people using the road for business or pleasure and the chances are … Continue reading Flowers by the roadside
by Ian Pruce If you search the internet you can find many variations on the legend of the woodcutters who did or did not “sharpen the saw.” Essentially, it’s about keeping your tools in the best condition for the best results. I was taught this lesson as a child, by my grandfather and again when … Continue reading Sharpen the saw
by Ian Pruce It’s quite a common phenomenon to arrive at a destination and not be able to remember passages of the journey. This is especially true of our regularly travelled routes, such as to work or home say. We are busy people and have much to do and think about after all. It’s not … Continue reading I don’t remember that!