Category: Blog Challenge

Many in 1

  I keep promising myself that I will post to my blog in a more structured fashion, unfortunately life just gets in the way! It’s been a mixed bag of a weekend (well two weekends! I really need to get organised) so I’m going to squish everything in together. I’ve managed to get three of

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Sidewalk pickings.

*Spoiler alert* If you haven’t seen ‘The Thin Red Line’, starring everybody! Then you may want to close your eyes, major spoiler alert. Also get over it, the film came out in 1998, in fact the original was 1964, where have you been?! I’m trawling my way through these blog ideas. I’ve not been doing

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Getting back on track.

  Here are some snippets from my journal, I’m slowly making my way through the list of 100 journal/blog ideas. Some of them are just obscure and not helpful..such as ‘Take 15 minutes to eat an orange’…Like I’ve got 15 minutes spare to eat anything! Anyway, number 64 was to deface a page of my

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The contents of my bag.

Don’t ever let anyone make you think you’re not good enough. Follow your dreams right now! Don’t wait until tomorrow, next week, next year. Stop planning, start doing 🙂

Drawing my dinner.

Don’t ever let anyone make you think you’re not good enough. Follow your dreams right now! Don’t wait until tomorrow, next week, next year. Stop planning, start doing 🙂

One piece of advice.

If you could only give your children one piece of advice, what would it be?   My piece of advice would be ‘Be yourself’. Don’t follow the path of someone else or listen to their put-downs. Take the advice when it’s offered but remember to be true to yourself. If you enjoy doing something, do

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Upside Down

On my list of things to do there is ‘Hang upside down for five minutes’. I have actually taken to hanging upside down on my sofa recently, it’s very relaxing. I couldn’t stay like that for five minutes though! I’m thirty two, I don’t think my brain can handle it. The best thing about hanging

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Places I Have Lived (From house to home)

Thornton – This is where I spent the first 12-13 years of my life. Running around the garden with my childhood friends, Lisa and Cheryl. It was pretty awesome. We made mud pies, ate worms, had lots of sleepovers and ate Nana Lil’s chocolate cake 🙂 Eastburn – I moved here to live with my

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You Spin Me Right Round.

Well, what can I say? We go way back, 5 or 6 years? The relationship, I feel, is very one sided. You’re not particularly verbal. I sometimes feel as though you’d drop me in an instant if another suitor came along at any time. I must admit that that is understandable, it is common knowledge

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Kerplunk!

    The build of anticipation as you tentatively ease that little red straw from the tube of marble doom!  Who didn’t love playing Kerplunk as a kid? 🙂 It was always the game of choice on rainy afternoons when I was visiting my Nana and Grandad, which was practically every day because we live

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