My desk – it’s been busy
In case you’re there, and wondering where I might be, this is an apology for the silence, and an explanation … two explanations. The first is sad, and the second is hopeful.
- I’ve just been to Scotland for the funeral of a wonderful lady and friend; and
- I’m tidying up The Phraser to make it easier to navigate, and to prepare for a new focus on all things to do with books.
The site should be ready and gleaming by the end of the month. Meanwhile, I hope you have the time to do some browsing – The Phraser is open for that.
I look forward to getting back to you, and wish you good reading and good company … always!
Tom and Jane Benyon of ZANE, and fellow hikers, preparing to leave York on their 2012 fundraising walk to Canterbury
Old blog-posts can be brought out into the light by re-publishing. It’s worth it if they’re about anything as important and excellent as ZANE (Zimbabwe a National Emergency).
ZANE is a small, UK-based charity that puts its heart into raising money for the team on the ground in Zimbabwe who care for some of the country’s most destitute and vulnerable.
I first met the UK ZANE team in 2012. At the time I was a fledgling blogger who hardly understood which way was up. I’m slightly better now and keen to try to do more justice to ZANE.
One slight problem – re-blogging is not as easy as I thought it would be.