This is Bunny. I was given him by my Auntie and Uncle when I was a baby, and he was my favourite toy. As a kid, I would take him everywhere. On car trips he would sit next to me on the back seat. He was there through a lot of good times, and […]Read More Bunny
Have spent most of it without taking my anxiety medication (which I only use when I need it). There were two situations when maybe I should have done but I’m trying not to become dependent on them and only using them when I feel I have to. Managed to do one night of sleep during […]Read More This week I…
(Because I am less than three years away from it and I should probably start to aim for them now) Learn to drive. Get a Smart car (after I’ve passed my driving test, obvs). Get my own house. I know it’s an extremely long shot but I hope to be able to afford one at […]Read More Things I want to do before I am 40.
As I write this, I have been on the sick from work for almost a month, thanks to my arthritis deciding that it wanted to attack my right knee as well as my left. My right knee swelled up so badly my GP managed to get me an appointment with my consultant the same day […]Read More Sick leave
Those days following Christmas Day and Boxing Day always feel weird. The first day back at work seems to go as slow as anything and it’s hard to adjust and remember exactly what day of the week it is. Normally, I’m ok with it, but this year I seem particularly bad. I woke up this […]Read More Post Christmas
If life is a motorway, then I am stuck in a never-ending traffic jam while everyone else is moving forward at various speeds. You might be able to tell that I’m not in the most positive mood today. It did start well enough. I guess every now and again, the amount of stuff you see […]Read More 30 Blogs of November: Day 14
Every now and again, when I’m bored, I look back on my old blog posts. Some make me smile, some make me cringe. The rest just make me wonder why on earth I ever thought about writing on that particular subject. But one thing that I do get from reading them, is just how I […]Read More Difficult