Have you ever been asked what you would find difficult or even impossible to live without if you were stuck on a desert island? No? Well consider this my putting the question to you.
“And you ask What if I fall? oh but my darling What if you fly? Erin Hanson Words are powerful things, aren’t they? They have the power to put down but they also have the immense potential to lift up. The above quote from a poem by Erin Hanson is one of my absolute favourites. … Continue reading Inspiring words
For me the best gifts are those given with real thought in mind. I have always valued sentimentality in presents over monetary value.
We’ve all had our fair share of terrible advice. Most of it comes from a good place but it got me thinking about the worst advice I’ve ever been given.
It’s an age old question that we probably all asked ourselves at some point as kids. That romantic notion where everything your heart desires can be yours on the rub of a lamp.
“If only I knew then what I know now.” This is one of my favourite platitudes because it is absolutely true.
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This week I’ve been thinking a lot about community. Because of quarantine I realised we take being able to see our neighbours and speak for granted. It isn’t until we are advised to keep a distance from each other that we realise just how much we need that all important human touch. Even for a … Continue reading Community Spirit
Being on lockdown has given me a lot to think about. Mostly I’ve been thinking about what I would love to do when we are able to move about freely again. So let me introduce you to my bucket list. The ideal situation would be to strike all of these off before I reach the … Continue reading My Bucket List
Let me begin by saying that at the tender age of (ahem) I don’t really see myself as having an old mind but for the purposes of this article and for the reasons I am about to discuss I will. Little kids are like sponges, aren’t they? They are observing, exploring and learning all the … Continue reading Old mind; New tricks.
Supporting girls with Turner’s Syndrome
The doctor's waiting room can be a terrifying place. 1 in about 2500 females worldwide suffer from Turner's Syndrome and yet there is still so much awareness to raise. By purchasing my novels or by donating any amount you can you are helping Ragdolls UK reach more girls who need their help. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!