The trouble with judgements 24/5/2017

This afternoon, I drove to the vet to pick my dog up who’d been in for an an operation today.   As I drove along, I was becoming increasing frustrated by the car in front of me whose driving was becoming affected by their use of a mobile phone.  Thankfully as the traffic lights changed to green…

May 21st 2017

Not going to lie, I was too grumpy to post last night, so thought I would spare everyone my mood.  Perhaps not very authentic of me, but hey ho.  It was a relatively nothing weekend really. I am having Monday morning regret about not getting more done around the house. We have been shuffling all…

May 20th 2017

I’ve had one of those roller-coaster weeks, that have left me dreaming about stress relief techniques. I mean literally as I sleep, my brain is mapping out a plan for me to feel less stressed  Which is weird, because I wasn’t conscious I was so stressed.  The unconscious mind never ceases to astound me.  Last…

Dear Diary 19th of May 2017

I love watching children who have kept the magic alive themselves. I don’t mean adult inflicted magic, like Santa Claus, and Elf on the Shelf,  but when kids are still very much enchanted by life and what is going on around them. I had the pleasure this week of seeing a young man turn ten….

Dear Diary Thursday 18th of May

I have just finished reading Liane Moriarty’s book, (one of my new favourite chick-lit authors- yes I am one of those women) ‘What Alice Forgot’.  This is the second book in a 9 month period that has made me wish I kept a diary. The first being  The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 1/4 Years Old….