Knox Box of Miscellany

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

7th September 2014
by Dawnknox
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Better as a Book – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

The brief for the Muse It Up Publishing Sunday Musings for 7th September is: I’ll go out and make the assumption…everyone I know has at some time said ‘book was better than the movie’ or ‘never should have been made … Continue reading

6th September 2014
by Dawnknox
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The Russian Diary – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

Yesterday, I thought about keeping diaries not dairies (see image of screenshot from a journal app on my iPhone to understand what I’m talking about!). I recently found two diaries which I’d written on school trips. The first one was … Continue reading

3rd September 2014
by Dawnknox
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Keeping a Low Profile – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

Friends who know me now, would probably be amazed to hear that I had sung a song in public. Although, I believe it was the first and last time I performed a solo – ever. I was, however, only five … Continue reading

2nd September 2014
by Dawnknox
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Lord Rodney’s Lost His Head – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

After a recent trip to central London, on the way home, I stopped off at Whitechapel. I wanted to have a nostalgic walk through the Royal London Hospital and hospital garden to the Institute of Pathology, where I used to … Continue reading

1st September 2014
by Dawnknox
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Back In Time To School – #MuseItUp #DaffodilAndTheThinPlace

The first week of September means back to school for students and school staff. I was glad once I’d reached the end of my formal education and started work, that for me, September was much like any other month. Although, … Continue reading