Teepee building in the garden today. Young Johnston has a new bedroom.
One of the old Glenfarg railway tunnels this week. A family outing to explore these tunnels that we've known about for years. Sam loved his head torch and was the best leader we could have asked for.
The best way to ensure your child likes a campervan trip to your favourite mountain range? Let him drive.
My last post considered my future fatherhood. And since then I've been pretty much unable to find the time to do anything else as my all has been channelled into ensuring this wee man, called Sam, keeps grinning. This smile makes any day a success.
The air was very still and I could hear myself breathing. Low gasps of breath, the kind you take when you’re not sure what’s going on and you’re aware that your breathing sounds louder than usual. It was dark, darker than the night sky, darker than the deepest mine. I could see nothing, no lit … Continue reading The Listener in the Box (Short Story)