Monthly Archives: August 2014

Miscarriage – how to help

So it’s a month on, pretty much, since I miscarried. Been a bit of a tumultous one, both emotionally and physically, but i think I’m slowly beginning to feel like I’m on a bit more of an even keel. The … Continue reading

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Dear Richard…

I’ve never met you, but I suspect we probably wouldn’t agree on much. And you know what? Most of the time, I’m ok with that. Strange as this might sound coming from a (sort of) Evangelical Christian, I respect your … Continue reading

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things I have learnt from my three year old today…

Classic wisdom from Isaac… 1. If you close your eyes and wish hard enough, you really can find Narnia. Under our dining room table. 2. Boys like to write with both hands. 3. I am Isaac’s favourite wriggle monster. 4. … Continue reading

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Why the Daily Mail?

So thanks to everyone who read and commented on my post about the Guide uniform. It’s been lovely to hear your encoragement and to hear that so many people share my experiences. Shout out to the Sisterhood – you guys … Continue reading

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thank you, Vicky…

I’ve spent a good few days wondering about whether I had the courage to blog about this. I’ve finally decided to take a deep breath and go for it. Here goes…! Vicky Beeching. Christian music star. Theologian, commentator. A passionate … Continue reading

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really, Daily Mail?

One of these days, I’m going to stop reading the Daily Mail. Today’s article of rage was the one that suggested that Guides were leaving us in droves because of our “disgusting” new uniform. A new uniform for the guide … Continue reading

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Oh Captain, My Captain…

I woke up this morning like many others – got out of bed, grabbed a drink, put the news on.  And then, like many others, I sat staring at the screen as I heard the news that Robin WIlliams was … Continue reading

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