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’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!
I’m having one of those days, slightly ranty, more than a little frazzled and confused, always confused… Everywhere I turn I see fabulous women and men with real talent who are paralysed by insecurity, or juggling everything to make things
Thanks to all of you who shared your thoughts on the original penknife dilemma, I really appreciated all of your opinions and it helped a lot when we sat down and made ‘the decision’…… *drum roll*…..
This week we will celebrate the 8th birthday of The Boy Wonder. This comes as no real surprise to me. On the whole I’ve remained conscious throughout that time and have watched my first born grow into a pretty cool
We spent the last weekend holed up with lovely friends in the remotest of remote cottages in wet, west Wales. This was it: Sure enough it was purdy, we were close to some of the UK’s best beaches, the children
It’s been one of those weeks in the matrix, ups and downs, misunderstandings, blatant bloody-mindedness, and laughs, there’s always a lot of laughs. But how do you get your point across? How do you ensure that your friends/ followers/twiblings (delete
There are times when it pays to know a little bit about everything. Specifically those times are: #1. Pub quizzes- truly the playground of the trivia monkey #2. Potentially awkward social engagements, eg partner’s Christmas do- the ability to spout