It’s me, not you. I call BS on that!

I once had a medical specialist tell me how hard life was in the middle wage category. You know what I mean, don’t you? The middle, not poor and not rich. His implication was the poor get looked after and the rich can afford it and the middle go crazy trying to figure out what […]

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Chilling Corner in March

Welcome to March and what is a difficult period for everyone, everywhere. We just need patience while we see this through. Reading is a great way to pass the time and the books below are fun so spend a few hours forgetting what is happening if you can. I don’t get anything out of recommending […]

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‘Ciunga’; it’s the difference between hearing and listening

I have been told that occasionally, it is a good idea to go back to an old blog and bring it out again. It gives followers a feeling of familiarity, shows them how far the blogger has come, and reminds them why they follow that person. I think perhaps there is a lot for the […]

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M.L. Tompsett and a little Shakespear’s Sister

  I often hear people saying that maintaining a blog is better when you keep to a particular topic or theme, but then what fun would that be? My posts leap and bound in many directions and it keeps it challenging and fun for me. Lately though I have settled down to more of a […]

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Unexpected Obsession and smorgasbords

I am really drawn to audio books but like much else in my current life, affordability hampers, at least for now. I have got around the problem by using my iPad and an app I discovered thanks to my beautiful eldest granddaughter (she thinks I am crazy because I think she is a tech genius […]

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Chilling Corner in February

Hello all, This month I had a completely different post prepared but I have pushed it aside for next time. I got side tracked by a series I picked up by author Jenny Schwartz. It’s not my usual read but I have been throughly entranced, bespelled by magic. I don’t want to give away any […]

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Kindness, cats, calories, cake, crazy weather and obsessions.

Not so long ago I read a post by author Ann Garvin. I was quite taken by the title – Cake without the calories because who doesn’t wish for that, right? Wouldn’t it be wonderful? Ann says: “I think I cry at kindness because it is such a gift. It is a kite without a […]

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