Knox Box of Miscellany

Dawn Knox – A rearranger of words into something hopefully meaningful…

31st December 2014
by Dawnknox
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Happy New Year from Reg – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

  Reg’s Dlog: So, we’ve reached the end of 2014. I always get a bit scared at the beginning of a new year. It’s like stepping out into the unknown. The year 2015 is starting just as I was getting … Continue reading

28th December 2014
by Dawnknox
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Sunday Musings for 28th December 2014 #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

Here’s Chris’s question for today: Sunday December 28th…the craziest, silliest, most fun gift you ever received…gave? Here’s my answer: I used to work in the ICT department of a senior school and each year, I wrote a ‘play’ with parts … Continue reading

23rd December 2014
by Dawnknox
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Reg in Istanbul #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

Reg’s Dlog Well, finally, the Old Girl has allowed me a bit of space on what I now think of as MY dlog to tell you about the final part of my Turkish holiday which was spent in Istanbul. You … Continue reading

21st December 2014
by Dawnknox
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Sunday Musings for 21st December 2014 #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

Here’s Chris’s prompt for Sunday Musings today: Hi Chris, I’ve put all three in the same email but I can separate them if you want. Sunday December 21st… your wishes for the holidays… Here are my wishes for Christmas: Wouldn’t … Continue reading

19th December 2014
by Dawnknox
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Re-enactment of a World War I Christmas Truce Football Match

A few days ago, Reg took over my blog or his ‘dlog’ as he likes to call it and told you about our trip to Meaux, France. I’ve told him it’s my blog and there’s no such word as ‘dlog’ … Continue reading