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Category Archives: David Soud
‘St Joseph’s Primary school good morning can I help?’ ‘Daniel South for Year Four assembly.’ There was a pause then the voice said ‘Just a moment please.’ The door was opened by the Head mistress Mrs Clarke. She gave me … Continue reading →
‘There was a choice, turn left or right’. Might as well be up or down he mumbled gloomily. I don’t’ know where I am but I’m damn sure either path will get me further from where I want to go.
‘I like everything to be spotless’, she told me as we went into the kitchen. ‘So do I ‘, ‘that’s why I’m so pleased you’re here.’ She looked round enquiringly. ’Best we start in the kitchen, I’ll need time to … Continue reading →
I was driving from Aylesford on a Saturday afternoon in June many years ago. To save time I took the shepherds road from the bridge that took me the back way to Bluebell Hill. As I drove up the small … Continue reading →
‘I bought it at a car boot sale, for a fiver.’ ‘A car boot sale, I don’t believe it. An original Karen Millen for five pounds?’ ‘Truly I did. There was some lingerie as well for a pound. This woman … Continue reading →