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Happy New Year
Well….it’s been a little while, hasn’t it? I’m not a great fan of New Year resolutions. When I make them, I tend to break them so fast the electronic ink hasn’t dried. And also having ADHD means I tend to have terrible expectations of what I can get done in a day. Even if I […]
Book review: The Judas Case by Nicholas Graham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a beautifully written novel by the erudite Nicholas Graham. Set in Biblical times, this is absolutely not a book that staunchly evangelical Christians are going to enjoy but everyone else will. There is much that you will recognise from the Gospel stories and, of course, many of […]
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Tag Archives: depression
Catch-up before the year ends
Weeeelllll it has been far, far too long since last I wrote but that, dear readers, you can put down to me being way too busy rather than no longer caring about this place of mine. It’s been, on the … Continue reading
Homeschooling a girl: the courses have arrived!
No soon have I begun this series of blog posts than I might have to alter the titles as Thing II, having decided traditional state schooling is for him, has changed his mind and is now not so sure! We’ve … Continue reading
The Black Dog of Doom and other melodramas
I have a confession to make. I’m struggling with depression. It isn’t easy to admit it and I’m not proud of the struggle but it is important to admit it, today of all days, because today is the year anniversary … Continue reading
The Tightrope Walker
He steps out onto the line to the mighty drum roll and the hushed silence of the audience but he thinks nothing of these things. He is alone, up there, on the wire, master of his world and completely in … Continue reading
Minipost 3 – S.A.D
I have enjoyed my six month stay in Britain and I am certainly going to miss many people and places when (IF) we go back to Bangladesh. But I will not miss S.A.D. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a phenomenon that … Continue reading