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During a recent trip to the doctor it came out that I suffered on and off from insomnia and was constantly tired. It’s not something I usually bring up with doctors anymore because a) I’ve got used to it and … Continue reading
Hi everyone. Long time no see. Or read. Write? Something. So the last time we met I was preparing to go away on holidays. I hope you enjoyed the posts I wrote over on my travel blog, if you made … Continue reading
It’s been a little while, hasn’t it dear readers. I can actually say I’ve been busy and mean it this time. My work has been crazy busy and then I got a new job and my old job got even busier as I had … Continue reading
So back in April, you may remember I wrote a letter to the creative people of Supernatural in response to their ongoing cruelty to loyal viewers by taunting us with references to Bobby Singer’s ghost. If you need a refresher, … Continue reading
Why have I always been a failure? What can the reason be? I wonder if the world’s to blame? I wonder if it could be me? – I’m Always Chasing Rainbows It’s happened. What I was afraid would happen eventually … Continue reading
Canberra, in case you weren’t aware (trust me, some people aren’t), is the capital city of Australia and the home of the Federal Parliament. No, this isn’t a Social Studies lesson and, yes, I am getting to my point. The … Continue reading
The pains started after Christmas. They would wake me in the middle of the night. The kind of agonising abdominal pains you get with gastro, only I didn’t have food poisoning or any kind of stomach bug. After visits to … Continue reading
Followers of this blog will know that I am a fan of the lovely Angie Hart. You may remember Angie as the lead singer of the band Frente from the early 1990s – they of ‘Accidentally Kelly Street’ and ‘Ordinary … Continue reading