Guest author: D. Wallace Peach – Room to Breathe

Two of my favourite people in one post, it doesn’t get better than that.
Richard

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I’m delighted to guest blog today on Sue’s wonderful Daily Echo. I’m sitting in my recliner looking up, wondering what to write. There’s a ten-foot long spider web hanging from the ceiling fan to the beam over my head, gently blowing with the heat circulating around the room. Tapestries of cobwebs grace the corners of the high windows that I can’t reach without a ladder. More delicate threads crisscross the Christmas star that I never took down – from 3 years ago. I kid you not.

When my grandson was 2 years old, he said the house was “spooky.” I laughed but didn’t whisk them away despite the cute commentary.

It feels good to sit and stare for a few minutes, to breathe and relax and study the floating web and the way it catches the light.

I’ve been writing full-time for seven years and blogging…

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19 thoughts on “Guest author: D. Wallace Peach – Room to Breathe

      1. I can be when I want to, the knowledgable part.
        Love ya, damn, see it your fault, you do know I suffer from OCF, Obssesive Compulion Flirting, so yes is your fault,
        did that mak any sense?

  1. Thanks for the reblog, Richard, and the laugh while reading through your comments. There aren’t any like buttons on the comments, but I “like” them. Have a great weekend, my friend, and thanks again!

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