I have a bit of an overactive imagination. I shared a bedroom with my sister when we were kids and she liked to take advantage of the fact that I was afraid of the dark. By the time she had fallen asleep each night I'd usually convinced myself (fuelled by her) that the giant teddy… Continue reading It’s Going Down
If you follow me on Instagram you'll know that last week I took a trip to Iceland, if you don't follow me on Instagram you might still know this because I've probably mentioned it in previous posts, however what you won't know is that I've already had THREE Christmas Dinners this week but let's not… Continue reading Travel Adventures • All of the Lights
Winter, for me, is like a huge, solid wood wardrobe has been strategically placed at the front door with its doors open ready to encapsulate all my positive vibes and energy before they have a chance to circulate the house spreading their magic. What I'm trying to say is but I'm not good with metaphors… Continue reading Moving the damn wardrobe.
On Sunday I ran Glasgow Half Marathon, part of the Great Run Series, I signed up for the race when I was in the midst of my Marathon training and loving running more than anything (even Prosecco) and I finally had a goal, other than just crossing the finish line, I wanted that sub 2hr!!… Continue reading Great Scottish Run • A-Z of problems
I'm small but I'm a tough cookie, well, I like to think I am so please for the purpose of this post just humour me! I can mow the the lawn, build a flat pack, I know a wrench from a ratchet, a slot head from a phillips and I can change the wheel on… Continue reading Damsel in Distress…
I'm not a parent so forgive me if it's arrogant of me to offer advice on parenting but hear me out. I'm a white girl, born in Scotland. Racism was never, to my memory, discussed in my household as a child, not at my friends houses, my church or even at my primary school. … Continue reading One for Parents
Today I had planned to be either road tripping La Cote d'Azur or signing the conclusion of missives on the purchase of a house... what was it Rabbie Burns said 'the best laid plans.... Instead, today I am at work, feeling a little miserable that my plans always seem to end up floating in the… Continue reading One Hundred