Face Mask Anyone?

Thought I’d rock a face mask this week as they seem all the rage recently. Well that and my job often requires that I do. I think it looks a bit like a beak, but there you go. What a fetching get up! Apologies for no cleaning instalment this week, it’s been quite a stressful... Continue Reading →

Easing Into The Roaring Twenties

With Christmas now a long, distant memory it’s time I got back into the swing of my ‘factual’ midweek and ‘update’ weekend posts. I might be setting myself up for a fail but I’m also willing to at least try to get back into old habits. Christmas was eventful with Christmas Day being my only... Continue Reading →

Difficult But Lovely

Around two weeks ago I had the most emotional day I have had in the 27 months of having my job. I cried at work, on and off all day. I fought tears on the bus home, until it terminated about five stops from mine and it was pouring with rain. I walked those last... Continue Reading →

Spooky Season Begins!

It has been too long again, but if you keep up with my social media accounts you'll see I was off wandering about in the rain for the past week in the wonderful North Devon countryside. I wish I had more to report from that week in regards to places visited but I really did... Continue Reading →

How To Say What Is Hard To Say

Warning- rambling, totes emosh post! I’ve found it really hard to write an update for last week. I’m still struggling on Monday evening how to get it done. It’s not as though I’ve got nothing to say, I had a pretty good and standard week for my job. I got a lot of revision done,... Continue Reading →

Silly Cartoon Appreciation Post

It’s only a short update I’m afraid today as I feel more obliged to write this than actually have a plan as to what I’m writing! This is possibly the longest unplanned break between blog posts that I’ve had in the whole time I’ve had this blog and it was completely unintentional. However it is... Continue Reading →

Dying Matters

What a Dying Matters Awareness Week it has been! I can’t believe my part in it is over and I managed to cram in three Death Cafes which only got bigger and better as the week went on. The first event at King George Hospital was small but a cheery discussion, my favourite part was... Continue Reading →

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