• TRAVEL REVIEW: Canterbury - Thanks to a cheap-ass bus deal by National Express, husband and I abandoned the mania of London to make pilgrimage to Canterbury this Saturday past. It is beautiful.

    A Pilgrim’s Progress

    TRAVEL REVIEW: Canterbury - Thanks to a cheap-ass bus deal by National Express, husband and I abandoned the mania of London to make pilgrimage to Canterbury this Saturday past. It is beautiful.

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  • I am me. I have taken the risk – the risk of being misunderstood as a consequence of being myself, without apology or excuse. And I am okay with that.

    The essence of me

    I am me. I have taken the risk – the risk of being misunderstood as a consequence of being myself, without apology or excuse. And I am okay with that.

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  • The forthcoming tale of reminiscence was sparked by a crayon. A red crayon. It is my middle brother's (acronym: MB) favourite crayon. Why? You might ask. He said that it tasted the best.

    This one time…

    The forthcoming tale of reminiscence was sparked by a crayon. A red crayon. It is my middle brother's (acronym: MB) favourite crayon. Why? You might ask. He said that it tasted the best.

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  • Singing the incorrect lyrics to songs seems to be a phenomenon that transcends all cultural barriers. There is no need to be ashamed if you are caught in the act of singing some dodgy refrain.

    Check yo self before you Wreck yo self

    Singing the incorrect lyrics to songs seems to be a phenomenon that transcends all cultural barriers. There is no need to be ashamed if you are caught in the act of singing some dodgy refrain.

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  • Ellsworth Toohey once said to Kiki Holcombe: “tell me the movie stars you like and I’ll tell you what you are”. In the spirit of self-discovery and enlightenment I have decided to conduct an experiment according to Mr Toohey’s theory.

    According to the Stars…

    Ellsworth Toohey once said to Kiki Holcombe: “tell me the movie stars you like and I’ll tell you what you are”. In the spirit of self-discovery and enlightenment I have decided to conduct an experiment according to Mr Toohey’s theory.

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  • When I think MOTHERHOOD, I think of the scene in <em>Look Who’s Talking</em> when Kirsty Alley tells John Travolta that giving birth is like "squeezing something the size of a watermelon out of an opening the size of a lemon."

    Save the Vag!

    When I think MOTHERHOOD, I think of the scene in Look Who’s Talking when Kirsty Alley tells John Travolta that giving birth is like "squeezing something the size of a watermelon out of an opening the size of a lemon."

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  • Whilst lacing my 20-ups on Saturday evening, I couldn’t help but smile down upon my faithful friends who have accompanied me on many a journey.

    An Ode to Docs

    Whilst lacing my 20-ups on Saturday evening, I couldn’t help but smile down upon my faithful friends who have accompanied me on many a journey.

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