I dreamed a dream... that it's Day 24 of #Bloganuary.
Sharing moments of love, life and loss from my past week. Join me for all of my latest news.
Euro 2020 celebrations took an interesting turn in our home.
A glimpse at some of my most treasured father-daughter moments.
All throughout my childhood, I can remember struggling on a social front. I attended the Rainbow Guides but left before Brownies and returned only with pressure from my mother to get involved with the Girl Guides. I was hesitant, I hated organised group activities, and I knew it. With my mother involved, I eventually stuck … Continue reading Remembering Philip: The Prince Who Gave Me Hope
Barely twenty-four hours ago, the UK was thrown into a furore. A new variant of Coronavirus has been found in the South East and London and our Christmas Covid relaxation has been cut from five days to one. A new “Tier 4” has been introduced and parts of the UK now find themselves n=in something … Continue reading No, We Might Not Have Another Christmas
Header image source: Melissa Hillier on Flickr. Creative Commons Licensing applies. Good afternoon lovelies, Today is going to be a double post owing to the failures of yesterday. I know that yesterday should have been a “Things That Bring Me Joy” post, but, joy was the very last thing on my mind. Instead of giving … Continue reading How I’m Healing From Dad’s Death With Disney’s Moana
I used hate my eyebrows, until I learned exactly who I got them from.
A lot of people think about suicide, but not nearly so many people are willing to talk about it.
t of a hearse might seem rather daunting. For me, it was something od a privilege.