About me

I have always lived in the UK alas.I was raised in the North of England but moved to the South and have spent my adult life here.It is a place where I still feel I am a foreigner.
My main interest used to be music and mathematics but I have changed.I like Art and writing poetry more.
I still love music.I also like conversation,reading and musing idly over bowl of buttons
I have been into the Tower of London but I think I shall not go again as seeing where Anne Boleyn and others were executed I find sad.
We do what we want and invent a God who.Henry 8th did not realise God was not that interested in him.Neither do we.We are flowers who live and die like daisies

Politics is taking my mind away from creating alas


57 thoughts on “About me

  1. Bonjour

    I think your prayers for more love have been answered. It shines through everything you do.
    If there was a ‘Love Everything’ button l probably would have pressed it – twice.

    Now l know where to come to be uplifted and inspired.

    Thank you



      1. I don’t have a clue! I’m a scholarly writer by nature who ended up with a blog when my vision began to fail–oh, the irony, Creative writing is enough of a struggle for me, but appreciate all those creative-types! The world needs more…

  2. Thanks so much for following my author blog. I do hope you enjoy it and reading about the books I have contributed to. I am enjoying your blog a lot and look forward to your latest posts. Have a great day and do come back soon, as will I. 🙂

  3. Good to meet you, You live in a wonderful city. I spend time in London in 1977-1980. I was stationed in Germany for three years and I went to London many times. Hope to read more of your work and thank you for reading my work.

    1. I did see a comment by you elsewhere which impressed me.Yes,London is an amazing place though we are on the edge…I don’t qute know how I got onto your blog.. it seemed to come on by itself and I then saw your name was familiar to me…Visitors here see more than we do!!

      1. I read the poetry section of wordpress. Lead me to new writers and Poets. I need to read to write. This Summer. I had my Dryden and Ben Johnson. Dryden took me to Ben Jonson.

      2. I must look at the poet section..I didn’t realise there was one!But sometimes I find them by seeing their comments elsewhere… or an angel guides me.

  4. Thanks very much for following The Immortal Jukebox. I hope you will enjoy lots of entertaining writing and the wide variety of music. I usually post once a week. Please feel free to add comments. If it’s been a while since you visited come on over and see what’s new! Good luck with your blog. Regards Thom.

  5. Inspiration and motivation enough! Nothing more deserving of your proof to the contrary than to be told ‘it can’t be done’—by a “friend,” no less. 😉 So glad you’re here.

    1. Yes, we have to go for it while we are alive…. and after hundreds of hours writing I think some of my work is very good.I only wish more people would try to do creative stuff and not just say,Oh,I am no good at that,based on when they were ar school years ago.
      Thanks so much for your lovely comment.:)xx

  6. Hi Katherine, you have a lovely blog and I really like your sense of humour. Thanks for visiting my blog and following. Much appreciated.

  7. Now that I’ve met you I look forward to seeing more of your work. I read one of your poems and loved its directness, vividness, simplicity, and nice imagery. Thank you. Best wishes. I’m in Chicago.

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