We have a new daily ritual. It involves following @TiFiaCyw on twitter and attempting to learn three Welsh words every day. This week produced a particularly appealing word:
I’m a rubbish friend. By which I mean that I’m not always a reliable friend. I’m a ‘pick-up-and-put-down-and-never-any-hard-feelings’ type of friend. And yet I have some of the best friends that anyone could wish for. Friends who know everything there
Sometimes you meet someone and it feels like it was ‘meant to be’. Maybe you’ve admired them from afar before getting up the nerve to talk to them properly, and when you finally do you launch into a friendship that
…aka, ‘The Post with all the answers’…
I don’t normally like to admit that I’m particularly lacking in an area, but in the case of my sense of direction it’s so blatantly obvious that I’m probably better off being up front about it.
This week on the Gallery Tara has chosen the theme ‘Celebration’. So easy and yet so, not. There are so many celebratory pictures that I could have chosen but I wanted to try something a little bit different.
Today is a semi anonymous guest post. She’s a blogger known to many of you, and whilst happy for you to know who she is, would prefer no direct reference. Here’s the link to her blog. As always, your comments
Some time ago I wrote this. It wasn’t really a post about religion, it was a post about human kindness and the fact that it prevails, despite everything. There must have been something in the air because around the same
What a weekend! Proof that virtual friendship can be the perfect platform for good, old-fashioned face-to-face friendship. I had already tested this theory once before with the lovely Caroline, but one swallow doesn’t make a summer, so it was with
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,