Jules

  • Hi imissusoicameback1 and welcome back to Thoughts. If you haven’t been here for years as you say, then I must assume that you were unaware that some years back Thoughts closed and was replaced with ‘Thinkr.’ However, a couple of years ago Thoughts.com was re-invented into the site that you see now. As with all things in life nothing stays the…[Read more]

  • Princess Prittie sat in the royal carriage waiting patiently for Mirvanda to join her. While she sat alone in her own company, her thoughts turned to the day ahead. With everything that had happened, and although […]

  • The ensuing third day after victory at the castle, d’Gravernaugh had visited the princess at the garrison. His visit was solely to arrange with her the time of the king’s funeral ceremony, this had been mutually […]

  • A week had now passed since d’Gravernaugh and his small army of soldiers had successfully stormed, routed out, and slaughtered the filthy presence of their devilish nemesis at the castle of southern Gillion – […]

  • The zenithal midday sun shone brilliantly over the garrison at Marshtop relentlessly bathing the tower guard’s rooftop position with sweltering, rising temperatures. The sentinel position – as it came to be […]

  • The night at Marshtop silently slipped by, no incident had been reported by the sentries; all was quiet. The red hues of dawn crept across the skies slowly turning to blue heralding the arrival of the rising sun […]

  • The counsel of southern Gillion, a group of twelve high officials gathered in haste by a crisis, an emergency of state, all brought together to determine their future, their lives, their very existence, had […]

  • Princess Prittie, sole remaining royal family member from the southern quarter forming one of the four Kingdoms of Gillion, only child and beloved daughter of the late King Mestian, heiress to the throne, […]

  • What I would give now for a horse!? This thought – born more from hope than anything else had been prominent in the mind of the guard since they had set out for the Marshtop garrison. Amid the carnage of the […]

  • They had now covered some four miles in their ten-mile trek toward Marshtop, they had not come across any enemy – human or otherwise, the only other signs of life came from the singing from birds high above in […]

  • Author’s note:

    This fanciful, self-indulgent tale, began as a joke between myself and a fellow blogger many years ago. It first appeared in its entirety on the original version of Thoughts before it closed. My […]

  • Jules answered to the question “Writers block2 months, 2 weeks ago

    Inspiration is fickle and not a tap you can turn on when desired. When it does flow, go with it and leave nothing out that passes through your mind. Once the flow has stopped step back for a while and leave it well alone. When you come back to it for review consider if what you wrote is truly representative of how you felt when you wrote it.

  • Jules commented on the post, New here! 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi Vicki, welcome to Thoughts.

    Hope you enjoy writing in here.

  • Jules posted a new activity comment 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    To explain how the “whole” blog site works is far too general a question to answer succinctly. Questions need to be more specific.
    Yes, you can add members as friends. Click on the user name of the person you wish to add, this will take you to their profile page. Look for “Add Friend” (this can be found next to their avatar) click on the “Add…[Read more]

  • Hello RealityBegins, welcome back to Thoughts.

    Nothing stays the same, and as time moves us all inexorably forward through life things will not stay the same and are compelled to change. Thoughts.com has also changed as far as the format in concerned, but the “One Love Philosophy” remains as true now as it was when Thoughts began.

    Happy writings.

  • Hi janni, and welcome to Thoughts.

    You can write about anything you want. Please read the “One Love Philosophy” and make yourself familiar with it.

  • Jules posted a new activity comment 7 months ago

    Actually I am English. I can remember way back in the 70’s when I first saw a performance from Billy, a stand up routine with piles of smut included – it was outrageously funny. Being a musician, I was also a fan of his old group “The Humblebums” which disbanded in 1971. Everyone knew Billy Connolly back then, he was steadily forging his…[Read more]

  • Jules posted a new activity comment 7 months ago

    Yes, I know Billy – not personally you understand, but have been a long term fan of his for years. The guy can tell a yarn or two and be effortlessly funny at the same time. There’s only one Big Yin.

    • Are you Scottish then? I’m being nosy. lol Would love to know more about how you discovered him etc.

      • Actually I am English. I can remember way back in the 70’s when I first saw a performance from Billy, a stand up routine with piles of smut included – it was outrageously funny. Being a musician, I was also a fan of his old group “The Humblebums” which disbanded in 1971. Everyone knew Billy Connolly back then, he was steadily forging his…[Read more]

  • Jules posted a new activity comment 7 months ago

    I’m pretty sure the Big Yin would agree with your sentiments.

    • You know Billy then? I’ve always loved the Big Yin and his work.

      • Yes, I know Billy – not personally you understand, but have been a long term fan of his for years. The guy can tell a yarn or two and be effortlessly funny at the same time. There’s only one Big Yin.

        • Are you Scottish then? I’m being nosy. lol Would love to know more about how you discovered him etc.

          • Actually I am English. I can remember way back in the 70’s when I first saw a performance from Billy, a stand up routine with piles of smut included – it was outrageously funny. Being a musician, I was also a fan of his old group “The Humblebums” which disbanded in 1971. Everyone knew Billy Connolly back then, he was steadily forging his…[Read more]

  • Ok. . .thanks for the clarification.

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