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Off the Rails

 

If she had believed that her reputation and her parents expectations of her were

branded indelibly on her life forever there would’ve been no hope for her. But to be

off the rails you might notice where the rails are in the first place and after that it’s up to you.

Mary, contrary to everyones view of her, was now leading a fulfilling and respectable life.

She closed her squeaking iron gate and carried her heavy bags up the path, proudly surveying her garden as she went. 

Sometimes being headstrong is a good thing.

 

ALREADY READ SERIES 4. NEWSPAPER CONTAINED IN RECLAIMED WOOD FROM BEACH HUT AND OAK OFFCUTS;

IMAGE (extract of railings outside the Royal Courts of Justice) BURNT ON WITH BLOWTORCH.

 2004 and 2011. 67.5 x 77.5cm. 

 

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