It was in and then it wasn’t. She was in it a 100% and then it went down to 50. She was glowing with the feeling of being ‘all in’ and then she wasn’t. She thought this was it and then it wasn’t. She looked around and saw so many walking by, with both feet… Read More The woman with one foot out the door
I’ve loved reading since I can remember. I started off with Enid Blyton and Nancy Drew, reading Sweet Valley High and Sweet Valley University (or was it college) as my guilty treat. I then evolved to the ‘trashy novels’; Mills & Boon. I don’t know how much of a contribution these had on my vocabulary… Read More So what are you reading?
We live in a world where we’re constantly being watched. Every move, every action, every happy moment or sad is promptly advertised all over social media. We’ve ceased to be private beings and have become show puppets, always being criticised, evaluated, envied, pitied or just typecast. I’m not saying it’s a bad thing, but it is the world… Read More It’s how you tell the story of your life
Satisfaction. So easy to achieve, yet so elusive. So many of us spend so long chasing it that we forget that satisfaction is a woman you loved at some point in your life, who slipped through your fingers, doesn’t reply your calls but drops you a message on important holidays and flashes you a smile… Read More Bone of contention