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Sometimes the world seems to be turning without you. It’s a weird feeling, as you’re awake but walking in a haze, putting one foot in front of the other as a matter of course, but totally unaware of which direction … Continue reading
I gave her the benefit of the doubt in the beginning. Felt sorry for her even with the tabloid interviews with the family from hell. But I am sick and tired of seeing her name in the headlines as she … Continue reading
After Tuesday’s fiasco of the elusive doubles and defeat, Hubby and I have been playing darts in our hall in the hope of improving my aim. We’ve been playing 301 down but double in, double out, so the score won’t … Continue reading
On the subject of curious thought, here’s another one that is perhaps not so pleasant. Our neighbour recently had some work done at her house, which included the removal of two trees from her back garden, the tarmacing of her … Continue reading
Whilst I am extremely pleased at my number of followers and the interest taken in my blog, I am somewhat curious as to why so many marketing sites, media news, video training, sports, fashion, discounts and dentist ‘followers’ are interested … Continue reading
It’s always a joke to say Our Get Up and Go has got up and went, but today, I feel mine has simply refused to get up! It’s been years since I felt this tired. Hubby and I both know … Continue reading
I woke up with thoughts of trees this morning and feeling a little melancholy. We see trees and take them for granted, that they will always be there for us to look at and enjoy. As a child, I was … Continue reading
This is a soppy post, and I mean soppy of the highest order, choked up, tears, the whole shebang. Hubby and I went to the garden centre today to get the bird feeder I’d asked for for Christmas. The one … Continue reading