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Ta-ra a bit Mum

We said goodbye to Mum yesterday. The sun shone brightly which felt entirely appropriate – the merest glimpse of sunshine was usually enough to have Mum heading for the garden. 154 kata lagi

How Your Sleep Habits Can Effect Your Risk of Lung Cancer

The idea that we need eight hours of sleep each night might be just as irrelevant as the myth that we need to drink eight glasses of water a day… 161 kata lagi


Dare to Connect

Have you ever seen this symbol?

Can’t say I have either, so I better explain. This is the symbol of BlueAssist. Created by a small centre for adults with learning difficulties in Ostend, Belgium. 277 kata lagi



Battered and shattered, I fell to the canvas floor of my psychic boxing ring.  I had just been fired by my boss for sending a fax on the wrong stationery.  1.383 kata lagi

Bernard Olcott

Is it Time for Monson to Retire?

Yes.  At least that’s my opinion, and of course my opinion is worth every penny you paid for it.

Will he retire?  No, unless a miracle revelation occurs.   883 kata lagi


You’re Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone

I read a blog that was circulating on Facebook. It was written to mothers to urge them to persevere through the fatigue and frustration of raising children. 1.078 kata lagi

What Matters?

I covered an awards ceremony last night for a large care home company who were celebrating their 50th anniversary. The event was stunning; 1920’s theme, gorgeous, glamorous dresses, smart gangster-types roaming around, tiny, perfectly formed bowls of chilli and rice handed out by very pleasant and polite catering staff. 573 kata lagi