I notice that I have been looking for myself in the protagonists of the books I choose lately. All of them single, late twenty-something women, living very busy yet lonely confusing lives- trying to figure out their career, love life, SIBLINGS!!! & their spouses but most importantly – themselves. Does it seem strange to you that the person we are is also a mystery to … Continue reading A Conversation with Life.
And need a sweet fix that won’t bugger up the diet. 1 large banana 1 Tbsp Coconut Flour 1 Egg Mash up banana and tip into a bowl. Add egg and flour. Whisk together till you have a smooth pouring consistency. Warm a little butter or vegetable oil or use cooking spray in the pan and fry pancakes for about a minute on each side. Continue reading When you can’t sleep…
Ever been unceremoniously dumped. Like out of the blue, haven’t got a clue, didn’t see it coming type of break up? Well, that makes you, me and Abigail- who’s just been on the receiving of an “we’re not compatible’ speech, swiftly followed by a box of all her belongings delivered to her door step. Amongst her thing, she finds a bucket list her ex-boyfriend wrote … Continue reading The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart – ANNA BELL
To the fairies who oversee the wishing fountain in the garden If you exist Please hear this whispered prayer From heart caught in a sinister twist Of lies and deceit Where love once was so sweet Now scars where his lips kissed All warning signs missed One of many on a list Was I just a tryst? One doomed never to last? The questions persist … Continue reading Wishing Fountain
As my mother used to say, “Mimic a duck- act calm and unruffled on the surface, but paddle like crazy underneath. “ -Anonymous Continue reading Ducks
I wish you enough I wish you enough sun to keep your attitude bright no matter how grey the day may appear. I wish you enough rain to appreciate the sun even more. I wish you enough happiness to keep your spirit alive and everlasting. I wish you enough pain so that even the smallest of joys in life may appear bigger. My wish … Continue reading I Wish You Enough – By Bob Perks
I sit at a party and watch The music and voices a faint distant call Far away echoes from a forgotten past. Their faces the same. Twinkling eyes Lip’s pulled into smiles upon clear porcelain skin. It’s all so strange – their endless game of charade. I resent it. I resent them. I want to be with the outcast nerd Who wears humanity upon his … Continue reading 2nd October 2008,
I came across some pictures from a trip I took a while ago. I thought I’d share a few of Chishimba Falls. Continue reading Chishimba Falls