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“You can’t help that. We’re all mad here.” – The Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland

I have two cats they are part of our family and they both have their own very distinct personalities.¬†They are entertaining, loving and mischievous and make me laugh and smile everyday. We have had them for three years, they were … Continue reading

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The social butterfly flutters her wings…

People often comment on my social life. That I’m always doing something or in most cases a lot of things. I would even describe myself as a social butterfly. It’s also true that I am always being social, sociable, lunching, … Continue reading

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Navigating the mind

Does your mind ever feel a bit like this picture? Full of so much mess and clutter, there are some beautiful things in there but they are hard to find underneath? I often feel like this, especially as the pressures … Continue reading

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My life in pictures (most recent pics on my phone)

This photo was taken just before we ¬†left for a 1920’s murder mystery party on Saturday night. I had reservations about going, as I had not been in a sociable mood leading up to it, but once I had my … Continue reading

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The art of communication

This morning, as I sat on the sofa, refreshing my twitter page on my phone, watching the news and reading the email I had just received, I realised that we are bombarded with different mediums of communication throughout the day. … Continue reading

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To do lists…

We all talk about ‘to do lists’ we all seem to keep them in some format or another – for me a scrappy piece of paper, the back of a receipt or a post it note is sufficient. For others, … Continue reading

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The life that I have is all that I have…

Yesterday, I said goodbye to my uncle – he was merely 58 years old and died suddenly of a massive heart attack on the 15th December. At his funeral his favourite poem was read. ‘The life that I have is … Continue reading

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