How I can recreate this house that looks like it’s made of ghost’s breath

And live in it forever

I heard a friend whistling last night.  No one whistles anymore.  My grandfather used to whistle.

How much hot chocolate is too much hot chocolate?

Still pondering becoming a ginger

What’s the point of dust?

The enormous impact that the kindness of a stranger has.  It stays with you like your favourite perfume.

Candy floss (cotton candy) in Afrikaans is Spook Asem.  Directly translated it means ‘Ghost’s breath’.



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  1. ant L says:

    What wonderfully ethereal images you’ve created for the imagination, Camilla!

  2. ryanleigh says:

    Candy Floss in French is BARBE PAPA which means daddy’s beard.

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