Woolsthorpe Manor

I am very lucky to be able to say that I get to travel about a fair amount and go on various adventures around the country and the world in some cases. It’s one of the things I love to do, explore new places and discover new things. The weekend just passed I found myself... Continue Reading →

Ten Year’s Later

I’m keeping this incredibly short in a week where it feels like I have zero spare time and every waking second is taken up by mild panic about whether or not I can remember all the names of the bones in my hand. There’s a trend currently known as the Decade Challenge where you take... Continue Reading →

Death by Revision

One of the hardest things I find in my day to day life is to not feel hugely overwhelmed by simply everything. Not to feel like there are never enough hours in the day. There are always places I want to go to, podcasts I want to listen to, Netflix series to binge and people... Continue Reading →

Pathology Week 2019

It’s the end of Pathology Week and I am guilty of having not done very much to mark it so I thought it would be good to write a blog post. Plus put in a diary reminder to make a much bigger effort next year! Pathology is the study of disease and it’s effects. My... Continue Reading →

No Body’s Perfect

The clocks have changed, the trick or treating is over and now we steadily move forward into Winter. I’ve noticed the work start to ramp up as we get busier which, yes, does mean more people are dying. I wrote a lot of posts about our busy time last year so I’ll try to make... Continue Reading →

This Is (Very Nearly) Halloween

In the true spirit of Halloween, which I have had confirmed is solidly rooted in tradition based in these fair isles and not purely American as some are led to believe (Thanks Sam!), I attended about as much as I could afford. My last event at the London Month of the Dead yesterday was all... Continue Reading →

The Familiarity of The Very Dead

I know for a fact that I am not the only person who works in a mortuary who used to either study or work in archaeology. The two fields are not something that most people recognise as being related, but actually I'm inclined to believe that they are. This weekend I attended a talk at... Continue Reading →

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