Things You Might Not know about Me and other musings!

I was reviewing my Blog posts and come across this: Things you may not know about me. Had a little laugh and decided to update. Take a peek for yourself. 1. I was born and raised in east London before moving to Kent at around 8 or 9 years of age. In London, we lived around the corner from the Ross Family. They were well known locally for being a large family of boys and one girl, and were always immaculately 'turned out,' as they say. At school, Paul Ross was a year or two ahead of me; Simon Ross was in the same class; and Jonathan Ross was the year or two below.Yes, that Jonathan Ross! 2. I started school life at Davis Lane, near Wansted Flats. In a room off the Reception classroom was a w

Don't Be Afraid of Fear

"Don't be afraid of fear. Don't let fear rule you. For the moments when you're challenged by fears like: Am I good enough? Am I smart enough? Will I fail? Look fear straight in it's ugly face and barge forward. When you pass by, turn around, give it a good swift kick in the ass." ~ Helen Mirren Sometimes, the thought of writing gets hard, really hard and doubt squeezes through the layers of intention. You doubt yourself. You wonder if you've left it too late in life to write? Can I call myself a writer if I've yet to be Published? Why didn't I get that English Degree ~ is it really a step up? Then you realise all that actually matters is you're writing anyway. You always have done. In a prev


"Anything that annoys you is teaching you patience. Anyone who abandons you is teaching you how to stand on your own two feet. Anything that angers you is teaching you forgiveness and compassion. Anything that has power over you is teaching you how to take your power back. Anything you hate is teaching you unconditional love. Anything you fear is teaching you courage to overcome your fear. Anything you can't control is teaching you how to let go and trust the universe." Jackson Kiddard

Am I keeping up? Nope!

Halfway through September and am I keeping up? Nope, not a chance! I've lost August ~ what happened I ask myself? August got off to a good start with a day trip to Inverness ~ bearing in mind I live in the South-East ~ it was totally bonkers to even consider the trip. That story I'll leave for another posting. Then out of nowhere I suffered a nasty Staph infection on my leg, that knocked me for six. It was all I could do to keep my eyes open, wanting to sleep most of the time and a temperature. I couldn't sit nor stand, laying down was the only option. Thank God the summer heatwave was over ~ dripping with sweat and unwell? No thankyou! Thank God also for antibiotics ~ where would we be wit

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