You broke my heart, Now it's in your hands to put it back together, We can try to start, Again. I don't want to fall apart, Before this even begins and then I'm left, Alone in the dark, Again.
Here's some strange little limericks . . . because today sucked. One of our paths is time and it winds as far as the eye can see, With no end in sight, but we walk forward steadily, We know that one day, The path will fade away, But our journey will continue, in a loved … Continue reading Walking Through Life
I want to . . . Lie under the stars with you and get lost in the night sky, Make music together, creating one song with our unique sounds, Read to you - experience the same story with our own imaginations, Walk up mountains hand in hand, whilst leaving individual footprints in the ground.
Write about what you learned last winter . . . I have alopecia areata. It kind of sucks. For those of you who don't know what it is, alopecia is simply the medical term given to hair loss. Alopecia areata, totalis and universalis are autoimmune diseases where your own immune system attacks your hair follicles … Continue reading Writing Prompt #16
A sleepless night after a stressful night at work and a 5am start is not how I wanted October to start . . . but if I can kick today's butt, I can beast the month! Take it away Michael Rosen . . .
A bit of a different blog post today, but a blog post nonetheless. I haven't written anything since the 6th of September and here is a somewhat cryptic explanation of one of the (many) reasons why . . . I want to enjoy new relationships without the constant worry that it's all going to go … Continue reading Raggie Rants
Describe the days of the week as if they were people Monday has good intent, but zero motivation, Tuesday is always anxious with disappointment and frustration, Wednesday "the hump day", just isn't as fun as it sounds, Thursday is just waiting for Friday to come around, Friday comes and brings the beers, it's going to … Continue reading Writing Prompt #14
**Spoiler Alert** I have always loved subscription boxes. The excitement of receiving a little present to myself in the post each month helps me get through the working weeks. When I was younger I tried lots of different beauty boxes and loved receiving little goodies that I might not usually pick up myself. So this … Continue reading The Bookishly Classic Book Crate Review
The tagline of my blog is "expert ostriching", which I know is not very clear to people, but it is something that one of my best friends once said to me about our amazing ability to procrastinate over absolutely everything. Like ostriches, we bury our heads in the sand and instead of doing fifteen minutes … Continue reading Writers Procrastination
Morecambe gets a bad rap for many reasons. It is one of those British seaside towns that was once a grand holiday destination, but when holidays abroad became accessible to the working class, it quickly became forgotten about. Buildings became abandoned, theme parks were left to rot and all that was left of the magnificent … Continue reading A Bookish Day Off in Morecambe