Tag Archives: Lifestyle

My ‘Tour Through Blogland’ Article


  As promised in my last post, and to fulfill the rules of the blog tour, here is my article. Middle Age Musings The years described as ‘middle age’ are arbitrary, but commonly believed to occur later now than one … Continue reading

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Does This Sound Familiar?


I couldn’t resist reblogging this from  

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Crossed Wires – and the Things People Say


  Years ago, shortly after my youngest son went to university, I was telling a neighbour about his achievement. “Oh! I’ve heard of that. Univer City. It’s in America isn’t it? Even now, when I’m writing the word, I have … Continue reading

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Ditching The New Author Tag


After selling and giving away well over one thousand copies of my psychological thriller “Tissue of Lies”, I’ve decided to stop calling myself a new author. It just doesn’t feel right to go on describing myself this way. I know … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s News Raises Concerns About Care Homes


My post yesterday–about the 89-year-old-man who went missing from his  care home to attend the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day-Landings–raises concerns about how some care homes give care. I must add that this particular care home in Hove, Sussex, (England) has denied reports that … Continue reading

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Funny Things We Do


  As a little girl your grandmother deliberately tucked her skirt into her knickers to play with friends or paddle on the beach; now she may do it accidentally when she visits the toilet. Nothing has changed. Don’t you just … Continue reading

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I May Not Tell You I Love you


One of my older posts re-hashed I May Not Tell You I Love You I may not tell you I love you Perfect husband of many years, But you see the peaceful calm we have And also the lack of … Continue reading

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What Happens In A Recession?


A poem I wrote many years ago but only recently added the last verse.

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