Family, Fiction, Health and wellbeing, Parenting, Writing

Guilt as propeller

Guilty. Guilty as charged. But of what? We are all guilty of something. Some of us hide a dirty secret; some are guilty of fibbing to save a friend's feelings, others might be guilty of actual crimes or heinous acts. For even others, the thought of owning their guilt is so terrifying, they point the… Continue reading Guilt as propeller


The accident (short story)

'What have you done?' The young woman sits with her head in her hands, her elbows rest on her knees. Tears fall. Every part of her body burns and pulsates. 'Nothing that hasn't been done before,' she hears the male voice say. 'Really?' her voice cracks. She lifts her head, her gaze holds his eyes… Continue reading The accident (short story)

Health and wellbeing, Writing

The pain of the day

By sitting to write this post, I provoke my own sanity, my patience and my body's agility. You see, I have had the privilege of doing some paid writing. As a freelancer, I try to avoid saying no to work. I'm thrilled, honoured and, if I'm honest, a little surprised that others pay me to… Continue reading The pain of the day

Health and wellbeing, Relationship and marriage

A fact about me

Here's a little snippet A fact about dreary old me I am nice and sweet, I choose to be kind to all I meet.   I will give you all of me You will have my respect, My laughter, my support And my friendship.   If something goes awry Between us, I will make Every… Continue reading A fact about me


For Hubster

  My constant fortress My rock, my guiding light My love, my life, my companion On life's path.   You are my friend, lover, Bearer of my jibes and jaunts You love and love and Never cease to cheer.   Together we are one Together we face life's Shitty times, life's good times And together… Continue reading For Hubster