Difficult Decisions and Brain Fog

It's a decision that I face every day, maybe even twice a day. Or, at least, I should be facing it but because of the brain fog I often can't remember if I have remembered to or not. (Life's got very like that). You rip open the packet, out it comes and off you go... Continue Reading →

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Testimony from a Bad Day

This is a post that I wrote many months ago when I was really struggling, it never got posted for some reason.  Today, I'm struggling again and fearing what that means. Whilst I cannot pick out the threads that Depression weaves through my life and thoughts, I am very aware of the limitations that ME... Continue Reading →

The Long and the Short of It

It is easy to think that whatever normal you have grown up with is ‘right’ but when you are married to someone who also thinks of their normal as 'right' too, well,  you’re bound to end up having a few domestic rumbles at one time or another.  And it’s often over the simplest of things,... Continue Reading →

I Made a Stamp

As you have likely heard, small things please small minds.  I love small things.  You may draw your own conclusions. Tonight, I had to package up a parcel to send to a friend in Europe.  I was very chuffed when I managed to get all five foot of draught excluder into something about A4 size... Continue Reading →

Depression’s Legacy

~ Trigger Alert ~ The word 'legacy' does kind of suggest that something or someone has passed, legacy is about what is left, what remains.  A legacy can leach through history.  Like the effects Romans have had on the countryside, justice system, architecture, diet and goodness knows what else.  Some legacies are more tangible like... Continue Reading →

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