About Wickham Boyle and writing, blogging and dreaming

I write many different kinds of pieces: finance, profiles, travel and personal essays. I started this blog as an attempt to both learn a poem every month, as a wedge to memory loss and to challenge myself to walk while stuffing the words into my brain. I wanted to walk to get more fit and maybe less chubby. I hate to walk. I thought if I am memorizing poetry while trudging along perhaps I won’t hate it as much.

Now I have folded all my various sites www.wickiworld.com or Midlifemambo.blogspot into one place. I hope this provides more space for more musing.

Keep coming back, read comment and visit in person too

7 responses to “About Wickham Boyle and writing, blogging and dreaming

  1. the whole webby world is watching to read your twalk. that’s the good thing we do for you, in return for the inspiration you provide with your wonderous words. its symbiotic, and we’ll all be in better shape for it. love stiney

  2. elizabeth mcwilliams

    can i come walk with you this summer?

  3. Hi wicki- sign me up.

  4. Hi, Wicki! I came across this blog and I have been captivated by it all morning. Some passages have even brought me to tears. Your writing is beautiful.


  5. Looking forward to meeting you this week with April at Bay street Theater! I welcome the opportunity of meeting an all around capable person!!

  6. Hi, Wicki! It’s Sarah from LMCC BFA. Your writings and musings are really inspiring. I’m so glad I found your blog. I’ve been trying to get in touch with you via email and I’m not sure if you’ve been receiving my messages. Please contact me as soon as you are able. Thanks so much! Looking forward to hearing from you!


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