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Refreshing reflection in my local park, July 2021


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Thanks to everyone who gave us old /-er /-est last week. It was good to see that ageing isn’t always a bad thing!
Special thanks go to Sue for her wide range of age, including a wonderful bus; to Elke for another spread of ages with a unifying shape; and, to WoollyMuses for some great glimpses of history.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 8 August 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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      • Definitely. I’ve started to wash my hair with a shampoo bar (which incidently, is not hair soap but literally shampoo without the water). I’m still looking for a really good one as my choices are limited due to some allergy related problems. I buy bars of dry cleaning detergent and mix them with water at home to avoid buying spray bottles all the time etc. But as with the straws – unless people are educated the majority will only change when forced (by laws).

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