Ok I know it’s an obvious one after the #leadershipdebate but I had to get this one down. I’ve been struggling to assimilate what I learned last night and thought this might help.
I’m under strict instructions from my mother to “find a happy place”. Obviously I’ve reassured her that all is ok in my little land of make believe but she’s not convinced so, here is a happy post!
Oh the fun filled thoughts that crowd my head on manic afternoon. Apologies for an overtly navel-gazing post (I’ll keep it brief).
…trying to catch up on memes and tags. I’ve started a separate section to do this but it doesn’t auto-update subscriptions or G-reader. Just in case you’re in the least bit interested, you can find the meme section here, and
I’m not terrifically religious. OK scratch that, I’m really not religious at all and I’m not sure I ever was. I certainly don’t come from a religious family; there are some members who have their beliefs, but we are very
What do you do when you read or hear about something that really affects you? How do you filter that information? Which button do you press?
There’s always talk in Twittertown and such of blogging (and general) mojo loss. Our dedication:inspiration ratio seems to be in a constant state of flux, with real life often getting in the way of much needed writing time 😉
I hope you are well and enjoying your Easter break with your, no doubt, very well behaved children, who eat and sleep on command. Please don’t consider the following a complaint of any kind, I have no wish to jeopardise
I read a great post this week by the lovely Liz over at Living with Kids that really got me thinking. I won’t go into details….it’s well worth reading the original so go have a look here if you haven’t
I’m back in my hometown again this week with the family. OH travels home first thing to crack on with the decorating- and I’m hoping that recording it like this will ensure it really happens- while the kids and I