jusummerhayes (jusummerhayes) wrote,

My tweets

  • Fri, 16:56: A time in our life - today's little poem https://t.co/QzpPYoh6l9
  • Fri, 17:03: I've got three books of poetry to read this weekend. I've got a new book of the work of Paul Celan and finishing off Pablo Neruda. Right now, and I know it sounds a bit highfalutin, it's the only thing that makes sense.
  • Fri, 17:05: Thank you for sharing Emma ❤️ https://t.co/GNzEYDisSN
  • Fri, 17:07: My youngest daughter has secured a job at Dartington Hall (she may now take a gap year). She's really excited. Me too given it's one of my fav places in the world.
  • Fri, 17:09: Mad World - Gary Jules https://t.co/Eco406fqwy via / here right now.
  • Fri, 17:14: I said a prayer for my late father-in-law today. I miss him more than words can say. It's the simple things like just ringing to ask if you're ok, his walking sticks and his stories about rugby. I don't think my heart will ever heal.
  • Fri, 17:38: The barristers I follow on Twitter are brilliant -- engaging, incisive and they show up as true self (I won't embarrass them by naming them). Why aren't there more solicitors doing a similar thing? One for you @BenRigbyJourno @Jezhop @CEO_TBD
  • Fri, 17:59: I'm in full European law mode tonight, trying to help daughter #2 with her work.
  • Sat, 08:07: "And the distinction between violent and non-violent action is that the former is exclusively bent upon the destruction of the old, and the latter is chiefly concerned with the establishment of something new." — Hannah Arendt
  • Sat, 09:10: Can’t wait to get my hands on Martin’s latest book. https://t.co/8Ipgs8kBw1
  • Sat, 09:36: So many things circling right now. But these are the moments that are meant to be. Not make or break but, for me at least, deep introspection about what it means to be human and connect at the deepest level.
  • Sat, 09:39: Third of global food production at risk from climate crisis https://t.co/FLXf60SRnJ / this is something that often gets overlooked but for me is one of the biggest issues that we'll have to face. https://t.co/sVpLKQ3fSo
  • Sat, 11:08: I wonder how many people have climbed the wrong ladder (of their career etc) and then found that there is no way down? I know I’ve done so on a number of occasions. But there is much to be learnt by either the fall or the reorientation.
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