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I’m still here!

As some of you may be aware life has been a challenge this year. My posts on here have been sporadic…  to say the least. And yet -folk still drop by. They don’t always ‘Like’, but, hey they visit. Come to think of it…

#Gluten Withdrawal Symptoms

Originally posted on TrulyGlutenFree:
I am currently helping a particular chap who, we assume, is suffering with ‘gluten withdrawal’. This is a pretty common phenomenon when you remove what are essentially very addictive (and opoid-like) substances from your body. I wrote about this here and…

Writing in Pajamas

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror:
Peach pj’s on the line I just spent 5 days editing without changing out of my pajamas. It seemed a good time to share an old guest post I had the honor of contributing to Seumas Gallacher’s wonderful blog.…

World’s oldest albatross lays egg — Dear Kitty. Some blog

  I’m reblogging this amazing short film from Dear Kitty. Some blog. I can’t get my head around how old this bird may be and the amazing life she has experienced. Some hope in these troubled times I think. Thanks for dropping by. Dorne…

Glimpses – Launch Day #NewBook #booklaunch

Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News:
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am delighted to announce that we have lift off. Glimpses, my first book, is now available to buy as a paperback. Glimpses – The new book of some of my short stories.…

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All publications need feedback on how they’re doing with they’re readers.  Whether it’s good or bad…they want and need to know what we think. This makes us  – the reader VITAL. So vital in fact that these publications are prepared to pay good money, whether in actual cash, or enticing monetary equivalents.

Morning coffee break: meet Riley!

You’ll need your hankies for this one, but it is so worth it. Tears of disbelief and of joy, and hope. There are some good things to celebrate in this mad world. Riley was rescued and helped his family. Isn’t this always the case with…

An afternoon giggle. Walking on thin ice: with apologies.

May I steal about 10 seconds of your Tuesday to show you this? I couldn’t help myself. With apologies to the guy that slipped on the ice. But, how he saved himself from a fall – magnificent! And I still haven’t stopped laughing. I clearly need to get out…

Morning coffee break: changing a light bulb!

Never again will I moan about having to change a light bulb!  I watched most of this amazing video from behind a cushion and now I need another coffee. Thanks for dropping by and enjoy being terrified as these guys scale this tower. Until…

Monday inspiration: a coffee break.

It’s a virgin week with new dreams to chase, plans to put into action, and some more damn ironing to replace that which has been done already. Here’s some distraction from the ironing and other nasty things that lurk in your Monday. Unless of course you…

Sculptures in Aberfoyle: a tribute to former crofting communities.

I’m in the process of bringing my two blogs together on this one. I’ve been spreading myself too thinly, of late. So, some previous posts from Inner Child will appear on here. This is one of them. On my latest trawl of the internet to…

Life Is a Tug-of-War

It’s good to have this lady back and blogging. I love her take on life. Enjoy. x

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