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Josie George
Writer. Gentle plodder. A STILL LIFE out with Bloomsbury in early 2021. Repd by . Blogs at
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Josie George 17h
Replying to @fraserlovatt
Spot the Technic pins !
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Josie George 17h
My son watched this in his music lesson at school today and rushed to show me as soon as he got home. Neither of us have seen it before. It is INCREDIBLE.
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Josie George 19h
Replying to @AGildedEye
Hey! Congratulations!
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Josie George 20h
Replying to @ToniHargis
The house or the fence? 😄
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Josie George 20h
Replying to @henrybabes
By my reckoning, they'd be about 46 now.
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Josie George 20h
Replying to @hegibson412
Peep-o!
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Josie George 20h
I love this photo so much, I've kept looking at it all day. (that little house is my house's twin)
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Ms Fish Feb 25
Omg you guys. There's an activity going around schools in NZ at the moment where we get kids to detail their naughtiest deeds and then use them to rewrite the William Carlos Williams "This is just to say" poem (I have eaten the plums which were in the icebox).
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BBC Culture Feb 26
"The great thing about reading is that it turns human experience into a kind of object that you can look at and turn over," says
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Josie George Feb 26
Replying to @HeardinLondon
These are so great ❤️
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Josie George Feb 26
Replying to @MrsEmma
I've just shared this with my mum and she's well up for it. Thank you!
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Lally Deboux Feb 26
Replying to @Philippa_Perry
Dreams make so much sense when you realise all the characters you come across are you.
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @suestepline
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @alicecrumbs
The very first thing I read of hers was "When Things Fall Apart" but, honestly, everything she makes is beautiful. Worth just having a look through and seeing what resonates. x
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @porridgebrain
I don't talk about my spirituality much -- it feels more important to just knuckle down and do the work rather than shout about it -- but it is the song that runs underneath all my songs, really, and I remain forever grateful for it.
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @RukhsanaSukhan
Her perspective is endlessly loving and good-humoured. I love her like a grandmother.
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @HeatherBelmonte
I think I'm first but not so much the second 😄 Thank you Heather. x
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @porridgebrain
Anyway, I highly recommend them if you have spare credits, even if you don't know much about Buddhism. She makes it all very accessible.
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Josie George Feb 25
Many of Pema Chödrön's retreat talks are available on Audible. Pema is my greatest Buddhist teacher and her talks are glorious, funny, wise. I'm in need of a good dose of dharma tonight so am listening to Bodhisattva Mind and remembering again how these teachings changed my life.
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Josie George Feb 25
Replying to @lottaboheme
I'm always very grateful to my closest people who let me pour it out without judgement. We so need relationships where we can share our dark feelings safely.
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