Carry That Weight

My dad became a movie star to me; handsome, ideal and untouchable. His sudden and unexpected death aged 37 encapsulated all of this. It was so unjust and tragic that all you could feel for him was love and admiration, dimming any possibility of less favourable character traits that all humans are wont to have.

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Black-out

Do we want to create a ‘coastal shelf’ that is a platform for others to use to launch themselves off, or a step up for them to use as a springboard as they reach for their ambitions?

Do we want to create a ‘coastal shelf’ that is a platform for others to use to launch themselves off, or a step up for them to use as a springboard as they reach for their ambitions?

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Marmite

Everybody’s got a thing, but some don’t know how to handle it. Parenting is a slog. A testing, draining, frustrating, sleep-deprived, impoverishing, wrinkle-inducing, physically and emotionally exhausting slog. There is no ‘but’ incoming here.  Parenting…

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Sardines

A bearded man with warm eyes and rosy cheeks by the name of Dr Atkin just laughed. ‘I haven’t taught you anything; you’ve done it all yourselves’. Wow, I thought, that’s radical, and also lovely.

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About Time

We are driving  along a country lane amidst the rolling hills of North Yorkshire when yet another breathtaking vista comes into view.  Girls, look! Wow!  It’s so beautiful.  Isn’t it beautiful?! Wow! It’s amazing!  A…

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