Who do we write for? How do we write with kindness and grace yet speak the truth when it isn’t always pretty?
I swear to tell the truth… my truth.
A poem about the devastating consequences if a child protection expert gets it wrong.
You really don’t know what you have just done
‘Expert’, job description: protect my young son
No fireworks at the end of our 20 years. An easy number to remember. An impossible love to forget. Love of my life… a lifetime ago.
Fifty years is a long time! Here’s some lessons I’ve learned, some, the hard way, others, as wake-up calls, and others as ‘Who knew?’ moments.
Twinkle was only a cat, but such a little star, and the best friend my daughter could have had. Shine on sweetheart!
During the toilet paper crisis, here’s how a little girl remembered she really could go to the loo all by herself!
I left my family home at the beginning of lockdown. This isn’t the fresh start in a new home I’d planned for but I am learning some unexpected lessons.
Social distancing is hard. Here are 3 tips I learned along my journey to recovery from depression and anxiety and 3 things to avoid. Be kind!
Any parent who is doing their best – and aren’t we all? – is surely using, developing and finely honing those most Super of Super Duper Powers, every single day – even if you don’t know it yet.
I start to feel Christmassy when the Elvis Presley Christmas Album is put onto the turntable – a tradition that’s been going on for many a year.