Quote Of The Month – May 2020

The last few months have been hard, on everyone, everywhere. I don’t know when this will end. Even when it’s declared over, will it really be over?

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Bring Back The Dead

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Most people would wonder what that sound was. It’s nothing like you’ve heard before. The mix of scratching, screaming and thumping all playing in harmony, muffled by 5 feet of dirt and a soft padded, wooden underground cell. The discord of dying.

What a beautiful sound!

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Day 39

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Ideas And Distractions

Without outside distractions, you have more time to think. As a homebody, I’m probably not missing going out as much as some but even for me, with more time at home and limited stimulation, there is more thinking.

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Day 15

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The Outside World

Today was a big day. I went outside. With latex gloves but no mask, much to my Dad’s dismay.

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Quote Of The Month – February 2020

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I’m guilty of this. I’m guilty of over thinking things and missing the joy of a moment. I aim to stop this. Continue reading

Quote Of The Month – January 2020

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Is anything better than dreams though? Continue reading

Lost & Found: My Mojo

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It seems to be the done thing nowadays, if you’re away from the internets for any length of time, you need to announce that you’re back and apologise for your absence.

Sorry, but I’m not doing that.

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Quote Of The Month – November 2019

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I always tell myself it’s too late to change. That you’re over the hill now. You’ve missed your chance.

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Quote Of The Month – September 2019

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Easier said than done because I like to hold a grudge. Continue reading

Practice Conversations

I would be so much more successful and confident in conversations if I were able to press pause, think, compose a draft and practice my response. I always feel on the back foot when I’m talking to people. Conversations feel so fast and I always feel like I come across like an idiot.

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