It is time to fill in the blanks. I am hesitant to set my intentions for a new year, but this seems far enough away from the bells to not be resolutions so I'm going to fill in the blanks that TMI Tuesday Blog has left for me. 1. I want to repeat _____ .... Continue Reading →
I have definitely sprinkled more than a few songs I remember from my childhood in these posts, but I have chosen The Bangles - Walk Like an Egyptian for today. It reminds me of walking with my family while busting the moves from the song, not being in the least bit bothered about the people around us.... Continue Reading →
1. Are you celebrating or have you celebrated any holidays this December 2018? For most people who know me, and perhaps if you follow me on here, it is quite clear that I have a tenuous relationship with Christmas. As a mum to two wonderful little boys who love this time of year I do... Continue Reading →
This weeks Food for thought Friday prompt has struck a chord with me. After such a wonderful birthday last week, full of kinky goodness and family time, I have been pondering what else I am grateful for. The UK may not celebrate Thanksgiving but it certainly doesn't hurt to think about the question posed this... Continue Reading →
Tricky questions for this weeks TMI Tuesday. I guess that is the point, and maybe the fun? 1. Is falling in love effortless? I don't honestly know if falling in love is effortless. For me love seems to be a series of ways to torture myself. Perhaps the falling in love is effortless, but I have... Continue Reading →
Christmas is supposed to be a time of peace, love and joy. 2016 was not one that I would want to repeat.
1. If you were an ice-cream flavor, what would you be and why? I would be lemon meringue. I may present as vanilla, but I am far from it, and that is a wonderful surprise. When you first take the lid off the tub it looks very ordinary, but take a scoop and you start to... Continue Reading →
M and I soon settled into a routine of spending the weekends together and an occasional weeknight. With my children home much of the time and living an hours drive apart our time in each others company was somewhat limited. M had met the boys before, and they thought he was wonderful. On the weekends... Continue Reading →