Gifts

As October is now upon us, I imagine that, for many for you, your thoughts are beginning to turn to gift buying for Christmas. Which gifts, for who, and from where, and how to spread the cost over the weeks.

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Transport woes part… (I’ve lost count)

Despite being back on track with my writing now, generally I have found it difficult to write this year, unless something particularly grabs me. This is one of those posts. (N.B. I wrote the remainder of this post roughly six

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An update on the problems, and the possibilities!

New Week, Old Problems Morning everyone! In my last post, I mentioned some of the negatives that have been plaguing me recently, and some of the positives which counteract these. Specifically, the unreliability of both my health and my wheelchair

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In recent weeks, I….

What I’ve been up to in the weeks and months since my last blog post, including, but not limited to becoming confined to one room, what has lead to and exacerbated this, and how I had experienced it. I’ve also had my abdominal wound heal on the outside, begun a customized eating plan, participated in church via social networks, found a new supportive group of friends, and attended a webinar on writing memoir.

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All about my ‘bestie’!

I first met Laura in secondary school. I don’t know who first started talking to who. I’m going to ask her, because I am curious now! I remember our ‘regi’ class [form group] lined up at the classroom next to

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Writer in the making….

This is Part 2 of the Weekly Writing challenge from 24 March. The prompt went like this: Every superhero has an ‘origin’ story of how they came into being. If applied to myself, How did I begin to be a reader, and

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Reader Extraordinaire

Every superhero has an ‘origin’ story of how they came into being. If applied to myself, How did I begin to be a reader, and eventually a writer? I have to say, I have loved this challenge, (last week’s Weekly

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