Fun, and heartache

I once heard an interview with the excellent Miriam Margolyes, where she was asked her opinion on the meaning of life. “Fun. And heartache” was her response. “That is the essence of life”. I feel like getting a T-shirt with this on, as it rings so true for me. The fullness of life is deep … Continue reading “Fun, and heartache”

When it’s ok to stay in

Oh Blimey, it’s been months. No bloggety blog. I just ran out of things to say. I always want to write either something ever-so-profound-and-meaningful, or something exquisitely amusing, or something helpful for those of wobblesome brains like me. But I didn’t have anything so I just shut up for a bit. I’m pretty sure this … Continue reading “When it’s ok to stay in”

Too tired poetry

I’m flattened this week. Too many things going on with my show to even consider forming articulate and honest words that anyone else may be interested in.  So, I’m cheating and raiding my poetry collection for words that I wrote really quite some time ago. I hope you enjoy them, here you are, some of … Continue reading “Too tired poetry”

10 things to re-balance wonky brain chemistry

Sometimes you just have a crappity day. I had one yesterday. A sad wider-family bereavement left me feeling hollow for those closer family who were grieving. And some stuff happened which left me feeling like I was a needy, bitter, sad & unlovable annoyance. I’m prone to this, even though I know that much of … Continue reading “10 things to re-balance wonky brain chemistry”

Why Life on a Pedalo?

Life on a pedalo is the most excellent tagline that my friend Gail came up with for my life. She is a coach and it was very weird having a life-coaching session with a very good friend. Very embarrassing when I cried a lot. But then, I cry all the time nowadays, on all sorts … Continue reading “Why Life on a Pedalo?”