I’ve been reading and loving Flashback Friday posts since before I started blogging. For some reason, possibly because until now the past has seemed like a dark and distant place, I haven’t actually taken part myself. But today, reading Cafe Bebes latest lovely Flashback Friday post (which made me cry by the way Karin!) I decided that it really was about time I took part. Continue reading
Last week I was adamant that I wanted to come off my meds. I had had enough of all the side effects and I was feeling terrible. It really felt like my depression was the least of my worries, that my main thing to overcome each day was how physically terrible I felt.
I went to the doctors, armed with a speech that I had been mentally preparing for 48 hours. I was going to make him listen, I was determined that he would understand. Continue reading
Take it easy Saturdays with the brilliant Mammasaurus meme ‘Saturday Is Caption Day’! Simply post up a photo and readers can come up with captions for it – easy peasy weekend fun. Continue reading
On Wednesday afternoon I walked into the house from a cold, blustery autumn walk. But it wasn’t just the warmth and the smell of home that hit me. It was the excited high pitched squeal from Boo, followed by her eager panting as she crawled over to me. She’s been doing this for a little while, along with following like a little puppy if me or the husband leave the room but this was on a new scale. Continue reading
It’s been a while since I took part in The Gallery but this week I couldn’t resist.
This weeks theme is Faces. Take a look at the other entries here.
Of course, there is only one face I could choose. Ok, the husband is pretty good to look at but Boos has to be my favourite. Watching her face change since she was born has been amazing. She has come a long way from the puffy newborn features she had nine months ago and her face is showing real glimpses of the little girl she’s growing into. Continue reading
Do you ever look back on moments of your life and wish you could tell yourself something?
You know those stand out seconds that you look back on days, weeks, even years later, and think ‘if only‘. If only I knew then. If only I could have just one second to whisper in my own ear what I know now. Continue reading