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My online supermarket of choice is Waitrose. That’s not because I’m terribly middle class, or is it? Only my friends and nearest and dearest can say if that’s true. I have been shopping online for many years and I’ve always … Continue reading

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I don’t think this is funny

My Reader might have thought I was making light of this virus in my last blog post. I would like to tell you that although this is a serious situation we find ourselves in, I need to laugh because if … Continue reading

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This Christmas, think of others.

As I get older I feel a compulsion to be something other than a good daughter, a wife, and a mother. I just feel I need to leave a greater footprint. I’ve been looking for something for a while. There … Continue reading

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MS Brain

You know me, and if you don’t, you need to read more of my blog. For those of you who haven’t read enough yet, I’ve had MS for 40ish years and its done what it has done so far. Bits … Continue reading

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Bad Habits

The sun is shining, I’m sitting on the balcony of a stateroom, whilst cruising to the Azores. We are through the Bay Biscay, past all the choppy waters and I have a cocktail in my hand, it doesn’t get better … Continue reading

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Friends Un-reunited

I’m sort of writing this book, its about my formative teenaged years.  A big part of this time is school.  A lot has happened in my life since I left school at age 16 with grand ideas and big plans, … Continue reading

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Pisspronounciations

My grandchildren are young and we allow mispronunciation when children are cute and  it sounds very charming. At what point do we correct? Henry and Meadow came for dinner on Monday. We had lasagne and it was always going to … Continue reading

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