I have nearly finished my story on “Childhood Memories, up t’no good” and will probably post it next week, in the interim I’ll let you have a read of a bit of my family bible, some of you may have already read this piece.:cry:
Childhood memories. (http://sheffieldwriters.ath.cx/SFStoryArchive/1173655762.doc)
A very sad story and poignant too, coyleys.
You use the "northern" accents well, and describe the prevailing attitudes of the period within family life in a very accurate way.
I don't think I have the gene, I became quite emotional as I read your contribution to this month's theme.
I think this is the best you have done Mick.Very, very sad. Yes I know all about the Coyle gene. ;)
A very good, but sad, story.
I also had been down the same road. The one night I didn't go to the hospital in a month (my Aunt, her sister, went instead) was the night she passed away.
A very sad story, told in a beautifully poignant manner and I totally agree with Shoeshine & Pattricia’s comments above.
I very moving piece of work, thank you for sharing it with us. I enjoyed reading it and totally agree with the others and their comments. One of your best pieces yet. Pulls on the heartstrings. :) :)