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Peachy Poetry – Part 4

(For Pondering Passwords) Yes, here we are again, with a fresh batch of my very own brand of Peachy Poetry – a quirky collection of my short poems – this time celebrating the art of Pondering and the joy of Passwords.  Ok I admit it, there is no joy in pondering passwords. In fact they […]

The 5 BEST Family Roles!

Which is your favourite? “There’s nothing that makes you more insane than family. Or more happy, or more exasperated, or more secure.” – Jim Butcher Family. You gotta love em, even if they sometimes drive you crazy. Because through thick or thin, highs and lows, they are always there, journeying through life with you. And […]

Peachy Poetry – Part 3

(For perpetuating positivity) Since my last batch of Peachy Poetry (PP2 back in Feb) rather a lot has changed in the world. That blog cheerfully started with an optimistic ode – “Dear 2020” – which hoped for the year to be “joyful and free”…. Well of course, 2020 has turned out to be a very […]

The Glorious Gifts of Being a Grandparent

(A heartwarming look at what it’s really like😊) “Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.” — Alex Haley Grandparents are so precious. I have such fond childhood memories of my own grandparents – particularly belly laughing with my grandma and admiring the […]

Peachy Poetry – Part Two

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(For Perfecting Playfulness) Yes it’s back! By popular demand (thanks mum…), MORE Peachy Poetry, this time for Perfecting Playfulness! (And if you’re thinking What Is Peachy Poetry? – then check out Part One for a full explanation of the genre and numerous early examples.) But first, how do you define playfulness? And perfect it?? People […]

Pants on My Head 😱 – The Perplexities of Parenting

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When my youngest boy Charlie was 5, he came home from school to tell us that the teacher had shut him in a dark cupboard to ‘learn about death’. 😲😲😲 Anyway, after some ‘gentle extraction’, we finally worked out that they had been learning about being ‘deaf’ and ‘blind’ and that the whole class had […]

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