Monthly Archives: August 2013

24/07/13 – 01/08/13 Taking it all in my stride

. David is a self confessed introvert. A tall, good looking fellow with an enquiring mind and an encyclopaedic knowledge of…. …well…he knows a lot about a lot. Johanna, of film making fame, had got in touch with him so … Continue reading

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07/08/13 Walk a Mile in my Shoes

This here Facebook group has been bowling along for about two and a half years – and what a hoot it’s been. There have been some ups and downs – my mental health has bounced around like a bouncy thing … Continue reading

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24/07/13 Envy

When Ella was a little girl one of the greatest thrills in her life was when her dad declared, ‘Pack your things, we’re going on holiday in 45 minutes!’ Imagine that wide eyed excitement at that knowledge that they were … Continue reading

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08/08/13 Sex and Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

About a million years ago – circa 1990 – I began to experience a slightly more intense level of looniness. That said…I didn’t attribute it to a whacky brain – I’d attributed my walking into things; my inability to focus; … Continue reading

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