It’s never too late. As I’ve got older I have a few regrets, most of them are about opening my mouth at the wrong time, and not opening it at others. I could go on and on but why depress myself. Life’s too short to dwell on the things you can’t change – I prefer to use my energy to think of all the fun I can have and all the fun I can share. too late to start something new.
It seems such a long time since I last posted on my blog, probably because it is. The last time I wrote we were just about to move house and since then I have had to squeeze my writing into little gaps here and there. Gradually, I have been to claw back small pockets of […]
When my little sister was littler still she liked coming home from school for her lunch. I say lunch because I’m an adopted southerner but ‘oop north we call it dinner – and we call dinner, tea. Yes, confusing I know. Story of my life. This was in the days when you could do such […]
Are you looking closely? So, what do you see? All old lady? A smiling woman? A vibrant girl? A woman full of hopes and dreams? I’ll put money on it that the first thing you saw was an old lady. Am I right? That’s the trouble when you take people at face value, when you […]
How do you feel about labour saving devices? Are they working for you? Do you feel that you have more free time now that we have all these wonderful machines to do things for us? Because I definitely don’t. A lot of the time I feel overwhelmed by all the things there are to do and all […]
This is my dad at Trafalgar Square in London. It was 1960 and he was there to receive his British Empire Medal for bravery. My dad loved to boast about his three daughters. He could bore for England about us. We didn’t have to do very much at all, just walk and breathe really, but […]