Why am I still wearing my mask

I am still wearing my mask to protect vulnerable people. People are still dying. My mummy is still vulnerable. She has had cancer twice, mastectomy, lumpectomy, lymph nodes removed; now she has Barratts disease. I won’t let this define her. She is beautiful. She has the most beautiful smile. Here she is:

On Beauty and Botox

I didn’t grow up in a world of Botox, although my thirty-something children did. My daughter once told me that getting work on your face was perfectly normal for her generation. At the time she was in the sixth form. I was quite shocked at the time. But I’ve rarely attempted to overtly influence myContinue reading “On Beauty and Botox”

My diabetes avoidance a blog

Sheryl Gim, another Word Press blogger has reminded me to clarify that I don’t drink. I wrote a blog about my notebook pile this morning, and she commented on it. I thought I’d reciprocate and went to her site to read, as I’m taking a break from editing today. I was reading her recent blogContinue reading “My diabetes avoidance a blog”

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