Anyone else feeling a bit jittery today? Our Parliament is in limbo, the last leadership debate has been run, the Mail is convinced that Cameron is the clear winner and there seems to be a distinct lack of sense being
Yesterday was a big day here at Battling On. I wasn’t surprised by the response to I am Six because I am fast realising what a bloody lovely group of people bloggers are, but as I sit here at 1.24am,
If you’re wondering what ‘Your Story’ is all about you can read more here. Today’s post is anonymous and is here to give a voice to someone who has nowhere else to tell her story. Please feel free to leave
Those were the exact words that flashed through my mind this weekend when my darling OH, who having offered to make me a sandwich, declared that he didn’t know what to do with a spring onion. Now before any of
3 very cheap water sprays from Tesco, and Hipstamatic on the iPhone….
This is a story about a wonderful, warm, intelligent woman, who loves her son and has watched him grow into a fine young man.
I love Josie’s writing workshop, but I don’t often get the chance to take part. This week is no exception, but I’m delighted to be guest posting on behalf of a special friend. I know it’s not always easy to
I’ve been waiting for an excuse to use this image for a couple of weeks now and Tara’s gallery prompt this week is perfect. If you haven’t visited Sticky Fingers before I wholeheartedly recommend it, there is some exceptional talent
No, that’s not my new favourite expletive….(although it’s a good ‘un) This was an eventful weekend: I spent Saturday morning in A&E with Middley after an abandoned radiator, stupidly left in the garden, fell on her foot. Actually, it would
It’s a beautiful day today. My family have all just popped up to the park for a run around, my house looks like it has just been spewed from the hell-mouth and all I want to do is write my