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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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STAR LETTER

Dreaming on

Sitting on a rock with bare tootsies resting in silky, warm Loch Lomond water, I reach into my backpack for the August edition of WM. Jonathan’s editorial advice to switch off, just be and see, draws me in. I do not read further. Casting aside the magazine, reaching for notebook, senses respond, pencil flies.

A snipe swoops and shrills. Waves ripple round a rock suggesting large fish. Lifting my eyes I notice a tiny bug circumnavigating the hat brim. Artist hubby sits on the beach placing me in his acrylic sketch. His paint water is from the loch, a true Lomond image. Even the Scottish midges got the memo and are on vacation.

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