24 thoughts on “The Little Gate To The Cliffs

  1. What an unexpected gift of a reminder, Tish!

    I saw Anglesey every clear day of my long years of schooling in the north of Wales. It represented a haven, a place to which to escape. A gate for over-climbing with or without a fence complements the symbol; and the photo and the memory makes me happy as children are happy sometimes for reasons of their own imaginative contriving!

    Thank you! Sarah

  2. ….make me happy……Can I hear my teacher, now, Tish, on the proper conjugation of verbs? And would I not rather have escaped to Anglesey to climb a gate than conjugate anything?!
    Sarah

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