Monthly Archives: December, 2011

More brain disintegration

It’s been over a week since I’ve written a thing, and the longer I leave it, the harder it is to re-start. At school I’d scoff at teachers telling me ‘the brain is like any part of the body – it gets stronger the more you exercise it’…as I suspected it was merely a not-so-cunning …

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Memory

I’m finding it hard to write at the moment. During the day my mind is brimming with ideas; I always take Sam for an hour-long walk after lunch in an attempt to get him off to sleep (he is very obstinate and does his utmost to resist napping). In that hour of silence, in my …

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Morning mischief

I haven’t yet fully lifted myself from the Depths of Doom (i.e. Horribly Indulgent Self-Pitying Stage), so think it is best to steer clear of writing openly about my emotions. But keeping going with this blog is something I get a huge sense of satisfaction and enjoyment from, so instead I will entertain you (hopefully) …

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What heart has not false Hope misled?

Contact lenses have been cleaned and all salt eradicated: this girl will do no more crying tonight! I had a few little Sam anecdotes saved up for this evening but feel it will be quite therapeutic to get a serious post out of the way first; I’m done with dragging things out and this is …

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BFF (Blog Friends Forever)

Wowee…I’ve just been given another prize! And the best thing is I don’t even have to receive it on stage; therefore removing the standard anxiety of tripping up the steps. Win-win! Actually, win-win-win: this is my 3rd award after just 15 posts – really can’t believe it. You bloggy people are so supportive and kind …

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New girl

Seventy-one pounds richer. Seventy-one millimetres shorter. Man it hurts being on your feet all day when you’re used to crawling! Ten hours with only a half hour break seemed a very long time but it does feel good to have got it done. Day one went reasonably well; but definitely room for improvement. A little …

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