Tag Archives: multi-generational living

A Thursday with Gran (BEFORE School starts back.)

A warning dear reader. This is something of a therapy session for me, writing this. It is more for the sake of someday looking back and pondering on the madness of it all. Or just not at all. Regards, Mr … Continue reading

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Generational Misconduct

Gran opened the fridge door, took a hearty dollop of chilled, gelatinised bone broth from the container and dumped it on her morning porridge. “I thought it was stewed fruit.” she said. “No, it wasn’t. It was bone broth.” said … Continue reading

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Changes to Lifestyle

“… we have found that basic personal habits and behaviours are some of the most difficult and sensitive to deal with, and yet they are at the heart of the ecologically dysfunctional nature of modern society.”         … Continue reading

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Some Notes on Multi-Generation Living

“Generations of vacuum cleaners have sustained themselves on very little but dust and pieces of Lego .”  Mr Petit Paradis When my mother-in-law came to live with us following the passing of the Prof, I had no idea what to … Continue reading

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