Give me a sunny day to dry my washing on the line and clean my floors and I’m a happy woman. Such is the heady mix of spring days and middle age. We celebrated the first official day of spring this week and combined it with international day of happiness. Quite frankly I hope to find … More My Week In Pictures- Finding Happiness
This mainly involved hyperventilating at the cost of flying two people down there at a weeks notice, hyperventilating on the plane due to the bumpy landing, hyperventilating at having to get from here to here to there to back to here all in a tight timescale, speed shopping around Edinburgh at Glasgow as I had little time but much to achieve. … More My Week In Pictures – Speed Shopping And Being Indoorsy
This is my son who hates having his photo taken so I had to catch him unawares and now his hands look huge. When his hands were little he would hold mine as I walked him to nursery, crossed him over the road or walked him along the street. I don’t know when he stopped … More The Empty(ing) Nest
Three years ago this month, my husband Orkney Beef became very ill overnight with sepsis. Life flipped on its head and I was faced with the very real possibility that I may have to become his carer. This was something I was willing and able to do should the need arise but I was also … More Who Cares?
It may have been cold this week but I have certainly been warmed by the love of others. Have a great week everyone and aim to be a great version of you. I’m sure it’ll be brilliant.
This photo must be 24 years old. You can see daffodils in full bloom in the background so it was around this time of year and I was just branching out into motherhood. I can’t get over how my hands look so young!!
Originally posted on Norq From Ork:
It’s international women’s day and thousands if not millions of women will be sharing stories of inspiring women from around the globe. Many of them who have changed the world and their stories reach far and wide. They are incredible women. I on the other hand want to say…