Bright sparks returning. Without them life is tame. Days pass with a seeming calm. Once home you know what you missed. No sparks, no fire.
Words © Neil Hayes and neilhayeswrites
Fiction & Nonfiction
These times certainly are. For some they are devastating. But, so far, myself and my loved ones have escaped any disasters. For me the problems are small, although when they are staring you in the face they can seem insurmountable. Getting things in perspective is important in these times of lockdown and isolation.Continue reading “Interesting Times”
It is a scary time when your children start growing up. Do you remember when you were a child? I know I imagine I was so innocent compared to most kids these days. But the thing is they are still just kids, innocent too but just of different things. Their world is different and so they adapt to whatever life presents them.Continue reading “Children and Technology”
It’s funny when you see your kids picking up family traits and following in your footsteps, as well as those of your forebears. Every child is different and don’t all show these signs of course. Some children obviously resemble or take after a parent in some way, but when you can see a thread flowing through the family that can be quite astonishing.Continue reading “Following the Family Tradition”