Tag: tears

Sometimes I don’t want to smile, I just want to cry..and that’s totally okay.

    ‘Be brave’ ‘Take it like a woman’ ‘You’re strong, you can do this’ ‘Tough’Β  ‘Just think about how worse off you could be’ ‘At least you’ve got your health/roof over your head/food in the cupboards’ ‘Insert any another phrase regarding how to face the day bravely‘   Well you know what? No, sometimes

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Play it again Sam

I know the line ‘Play it again Sam’ was never actually uttered in Casablanca but it felt fitting for this post. If I were to only be able to listen to one song for the rest of my life, I honestly do not think I could choose. That is an unanswerable question. I wouldn’t even

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Things I Wish I’d Known When I was 16

    I have had discussions with my son in the past about things that he wasn’t allowed to do. Whether that be playing further away from the house when he was little, staying up late, drinking fizzy drinks or eating sweets that will eventually rot his teeth. Β At first, when he was little, he

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Films I own, but can never watch again!

    We have lots of DVD’s in our house, too many really. Especially these days when films are so easily accessible on Netflix, Amazon Video and other movie streaming apps. There are some films you just have to own though, for example Shawshank Redemption. I do have a copy of this but it’s very

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Haiku Tuesday…mixing it up

  Hello! yes I know, Tuesday’s are supposed to be short story days, unfortunately my short story seemed to lack an ending so it’s Haiku’s today πŸ™‚   Doctor Who? you ask, He’s the mad man with a box The bow tie wearer The naked tree branch, It sways in the wind, so harsh. Still

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Angry!!!

  If you know me, I mean really, really know me, you will know that I have always been prone to having slight anger issues, temper tantrums if you will. The slightest thing could set me off and it was always genuinely uncontrollable. Until recently I actually thought that I was just a miserable sod,

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