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Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig

Shining a light on depression, what it means and how it feels to live with this debilitating mental shift is Matt Haig’s funny, touching and ultimately positive book Reasons to Stay Alive.   Continue reading “Am Reading even though it’s #TimetoTalk”

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Q. What more could a girly girl possibly want for her first double digit birthday than this majestically magical unicorn balloon?

A. Surely, nothing?!?!?

 

OMG – Thank you Official Beano people for your grrreat re-tweet to my blog post!  You can read it by clicking here: The Beano and the Great Pocket Money Renumeration Challenge

Wolf who came to tea

Not so much the Tiger Who Came to Tea as the Wolf!

The Beano and the Great Pocket Money Renumeration Challenge

Do you know how much a copy of The Beano is these days?

£2.50!!!!

Yes, I know.

That’s £2.50! AND it’s still issued weekly! Continue reading “The Beano and the Great Pocket Money Renumeration Challenge”

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Wishing you all a very happy and healthy 2018 full of good times and much laughter. x

Tinsel, Turkeys and Traditions (or a Christmas Story)

It is December the 21st and I am in a room full of strangers (well, almost full and I am with my friend, E, who is awesomeness personified). In this room (almost) full of strangers are a series of trestle tables upon which are laid out a couple of hundred cadavers. No, I am not in some weird CSI nightmare, unless it is an avian massacre episode. Yes, my friends, I am in a room (almost) full of dead birds. In fact I am at a turkey auction. Happy Christmas everyone! Continue reading “Tinsel, Turkeys and Traditions (or a Christmas Story)”

Malteaser – the miracle cat

It’s Christmas and my daughter is heartbroken. She’s only 9 so it’s not a boy that’s causing the splintering of her generous, caring, beautiful heart. It’s the cat. He got run over. T is devastated.

Continue reading “Malteaser – the miracle cat”

Down Among the Women and Gender Equality

Sometimes you read a book and it plays on your mind, making you question accepted beliefs and existing norms, even questioning where you stand in the grand scheme of life. I have just finished reading Down Among the Women by Fay Weldon, and this has prompted some degree of careful introspection on the state of our society. Continue reading “Down Among the Women and Gender Equality”

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