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Category Archives: Personal Thoughts
Today is Winnie the Pooh Day. It is also the third anniversary of losing my Mum. She was 95. Hubby says he looks at me sometimes and sees my Mum. I know. I see her every time I look in … Continue reading
Dr Tanya is our host for the Blogging Insights series, and this week says Nearly all the bloggers I know love doing Writing Prompts. Today’s questions are about reading them. TODAY’S QUESTIONS Do you like reading posts written for prompts? … Continue reading
Sometimes I think too much, and I’ve been thinking today. Yeah, I know. My brain hurts, but I’ve taken a couple of paracetamol. Someone once said to me that they only keep in touch with people who keep in touch … Continue reading
We had our third walk of the day around 6pm and when we got back, decided to watch our latest DVD again. It was more fun the second time around, and although there are extras of deleted or extended scenes … Continue reading
This was in the bargain bucket for a fiver and as we have all 8 Fast and Furious movies, we thought, why not. I am relieved to say that none of the cast in the original films made a cameo … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what happens after you sell a property? Did it ever occur to you what the new owners might do? Would you actually want to buy it back? I don’t know how it came about, but Hubby … Continue reading
I admit to not being the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree, or the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I am totally bewildered by activity on my blog and the subsequent 121 notifications to comments that came into my … Continue reading
Before my Dad died, I wasn’t much of a hugger or outwardly affectionate. This went back to my teens, but that didn’t mean I didn’t care, or love someone, I just found it difficult to show it. After 1996 though, … Continue reading
Something I wrote in the hospital car park today. Butterflies and Rainbows A butterfly flitting from flower to flower, Delicate wings absorbing light, Rainbows awash with vibrant colour, Reflections of my life. Touching souls and hearts alike, Leaving no mark … Continue reading