On Sunday evening Ash surprised me with a trip up to Strumble Head to watch the sunset. It was just us and a few noisy seals, frolicking in the water below. We sat on a heather covered hillside in companionable loving silence. This is several light years away from ‘The Incident’. We’d only been in the […]
Archive for September 2014
In 1987, Dirty Dancing was released and T’Pau’s China In Your Hand was the UK #1 for 7 weeks straight. I was 14. I watched Johnny masculinely remove Baby from the corner on a London-bound 747. And I wore out the rewind button on my walkman listening to that craptastic 80s ballad, while I spent three months […]
One time Rex allowed Badger right up on his front porch. And she silently exploded with happiness. One of my favourite things to do in the shower each morning (ahem), is to create a safe and loving place energetic bubble around myself. My bubble reminds me of my edges – of where I end and you […]
Mother Nature’s natural rhythms: nailed it #teamginger On the first day of The Job That Nearly Killed Me, I was so impressed to find a laptop and log-in waiting in my office for me. As a contractor, I was used to being given a flat surface in a small damp cupboard with a hopeful thumbs up. My glee at the prospect of finally working for […]
Here’s a little tour around our new place. It’s SO good to be home!
The Harbringer of Doom This morning I woke up super-early, when it was still dark and misty. I had gone to sleep still mulling over a yucky few-day old situation that was leading to all kinds of crazy-assed thoughts. My dreams were about being chased and being naked and it was not the good kind […]