No More Excuses

I am not sure if it is laziness, perception, of a time and space measurable phenomena, but it feels like I have gone from documenting the phenomena of my lack of creativity to creatively moaning about it. So, when I haven’t been moaning about my lack of creativity and procrastinating effectively by writing, planning and… Continue reading No More Excuses

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Dear Diary: Tuesdays and Thursdays

A lot has happened in the world, with family and friends in New Zealand I could be writing about the tragic shootings in Christchurch. I have been there one time, and even done freelance work for a shop that’s part of the local community in the city. I am not, because the world is flooded… Continue reading Dear Diary: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Thinking Out Loud: Christmas

This could be a sign that I am getting old, or it could be a sign that as Bob Dylan once said, the times they really are a changing. It is easy to be seduced by rose coloured myths of the days of yore when all was joy and happiness set to a Bing Crosby… Continue reading Thinking Out Loud: Christmas

Poetry Corner: What Was Once A Chore

Doing not what was once a chore I look out over misty hills of nevermore The fire whines and cackles with no spell to cast Left behind the world that demanded anything fast   No longer privy to the world of push and shove Spectacular and glorious isolation I seek to love Beyond my grasp… Continue reading Poetry Corner: What Was Once A Chore

Dear Diary: Questions and Fears

Anxiety is crippling; not all the time, but at its very worst, it paralyses me completely. My mind fills with nothing but questions and big what if? dilemmas. The fears, are both rational and irrational, having had a paralysing hemiplegic migraine just 10 days ago I know that is always a possibility in everything I… Continue reading Dear Diary: Questions and Fears

Monday Night Reflection: Best Laid Plans

It is over halfway through February and I am still in the first week of January and I don’t just mean in terms of mental preparation. Anonymouse blogging isn’t always easy, I have given a massive hint in my reflections to who I am, however, anonymity is really about plausible denial rather than complete obscurity,… Continue reading Monday Night Reflection: Best Laid Plans

Thinking Out Loud : Swimming Gala

It is not that often I like to go back to my childhood and specific incidents within it. I feel that they are done with and that now I have largely accepted what was faulty with it and done my best to move on and be practical in dealing with the here and now. I… Continue reading Thinking Out Loud : Swimming Gala

Poetry Corner: Happiness

Do I know you? I am not sure I do? Have I seen you before? Some place near? You seem familiar? Not a stranger to me. Who are you? What is your name? Have you been here before? Do you know me? There is something about you, what is it? I feel like I should… Continue reading Poetry Corner: Happiness

Monday Night Reflection: Blog On

Every-so-often, I do look back at this Blog, read my squeeks and contemplate how things have changed. As the New Year approached I started to think about the future because material has been gradually accumulating, I even downloaded and printed out a blog planner, and started a blog ideas notebook just to help me on… Continue reading Monday Night Reflection: Blog On

Poetry Corner: Supermarket Aisle

You stand looking so very glum With your wife looking at pillows No idea how lucky you are Stood with your wife of oh so many years Life blessed you to grow old together Why do you squander the happiness? Trample on the gift with no regard Some of you sit in cars and wait… Continue reading Poetry Corner: Supermarket Aisle