Photo Snapping:

Besides writing books, I’m a total camera-snapper. Beware, you may well find yourself on my Brixham blog one day!

A few photos of my garden just before it poured with rain. I especially like how the English bluebells have spread.

Plenty of colour
Pretty leaves, will produce yellow flowers
Red Robin
A mix
Nicknamed Spike
Maid Marion overseeing the goings-on… was once in my dad’s lovely garden until his passing
Stunning show – clematis
English bluebells, Susan (Magnolia) pretty in pink
Rosemary
Ollie Owl & Tree Wizard on guard
Do you like my lamppost ? Obviously I do
Smoke Tree behind Bluebells
Pansies return every year
Spuds growing in with pansies
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Only A Whisper Away

Brixham

Prayers go out to the families of the two lads lost on scalloping fishing vessel Joanna C and their Skipper who survived and will be forever traumatised by this accident that happened in the darkest ocean.

Sharing a Poem I wrote a few years ago when I lost my dad to Prostate Cancer. I hope it offers some comfort to those left behind, as it did for me.

Only a Whisper away

Don’t cry for me,

For I’m not gone.

I’m only a whisper away.

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Call my name,

I promise I’ll hear.

I’m only a whisper away.

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Think of me in your dreams,

And I’ll meet you there.

I’m only a whisper away.

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I’m the breeze in your hair,

I’m the wind that kisses your cheek.

I’m raindrops that fall,

I’m with you everywhere.

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So…don’t be sad,

Just call my name.

For I’m not gone,

I’m only a whisper away.

Brixham Bay

Rest in Peace Lads

Caz

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Copyright material Caz Greenham 2005

Do not copy without written permission by the author

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Brixham residents came up with a great idea: How to raise funds for Shoalstone Seawater Pool.

Here’s what happened next:

Scarecrows started appearing in gardens. Thirty in total (more to be added here later so do drop back and have a look) I spotted several on my dog walk. Including Ironman atop Brixham Theatre! All brilliant. Everyone a Winner.

Anyone wishing to make a donation to help save Brixham’s Seawater Pool (there is a Donate link on their website) or to simply learn more about its history, please click the link: www.shoalstonepool.com

Shoalstone Seawater Pool
Follow the scarecrow trail

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Below: Local Scarecrow David (Kindly agreed to pose for my lens)

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Below: Ironman at Brixham Theatre

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‘Superb creations’ to everyone who took part.

Join in the fun. Click here: http://facebook.com/groups/brixhamscarecrowhunt

If you like what you’ve seen, share to friends and family. Thank you.

My desk isn’t always so tidy.

Thank you for dropping by today.

Caz x

Before you go, do grab a book from my amazon author page: Author.to/CazGreenham

The Adventures of Eric Seagull ‘Storyteller’ 3-book-series

Ask the author for a signed copy! Free delivery if you live in Brixham!

My dogs at Broadsands

The Great Brixham and Churston Scarecrow Hunt 2020