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I think he needs some….attention…

Another day, another Sun writer spewing absolute nonsense.  Rod Liddle decided that today was an appropriate day to share his ridiculous opinion on Emma Watson’s speech at the UN addressing Gender Based Violence on university campuses.  I hesitate to give the … Continue reading

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Who am I?

I know who I pretend to be, the mask I present to the world. But it isn’t me. I know who I want to be. Half buried dreams Tantalising reminders of the way it might have been. But that isn’t … Continue reading

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Walking on the sands…

  I went for a walk across the sands today. Dark grey clouds over the looming Welsh cliffs. Vast empty beach pummelled by wild waves. Perfect surroundings for my wild soul. It used to be so easy. “Trust the Lord”, … Continue reading

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You say potato…

I say ‘fat’. God says ‘ you are fearfully and wonderfully made’. I say ‘too much’. God says ‘just right’. I say ‘chaotic, disorganised’. God says ‘ Made in my image’ I say ‘i’m lost’. God says ‘i’ve got plans … Continue reading

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Not seeing the sparkle?

It’s Christmas in two days. Two days too many, in my four (and a half!) year olds opinion. This is the first time he’s really got the excitement thing, and boy, it’s wearing. I don’t remember the last time I … Continue reading

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Not enough words.

Do you know what I dread most right now? It’s leading brownies on Tuesday. I have a small group on compassionate, bright, insane brownies. For the last year, they’ve been supporting guides and brownies in Syria. One of the girls … Continue reading

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“Mummy, I just love being me!”

That was my 4 year old last night.  I may have slightly bewildered him with my tearful response, but I honestly couldn’t have been happier or more proud of him at that moment. Later, I got to thinking.  I honestly … Continue reading

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