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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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