With smile well fixed so no one knew Just how that soul could be so blue A trick well mastered through the years An expert at hiding the silent tears. 💧 Tears for all that had been lost Regrets, mistakes, all at a cost. At times there were some tears of joy, But alas were rare … More Wasted Years. Silent Tears
The cusp is found in many forms In graphs, and teeth, and art But the very best I’ve found to date Are the ones that form a heart ❤️ There are hearts of gold and hearts of stone They can be fluffy or made from mesh But the very best I’ve come across Are those made … More The Best Ones
Today I found myself in a position where time to pause, (and take several deep breathes!) was desperately needed. After ranting, mostly to myself, I was able to take that time by focussing my attention to the tasks of the day ahead but, every time there was gap, I was straight back to that place of… well, steaming… What got … More A Time to Pause
The prompt from the 24th March has been filling my thoughts for the last few days with questions like “What exactly does ‘ordinary’ look like?” “How does being classed as ‘ordinary’ make someone feel?” “Is it ok to be just ‘ordinary’?” The word ordinary, and the questions relating to it won’t go away and I’ve come to understand why; … More An Ordinary Life
I know I’m going back a few days on this prompt, but I’ve been pondering on it for a while now. The very first thing that jumped into my head was the film ‘War Room’, in particular the following clip from it: Although you don’t hear it in this clip, Miss Clara goes on to … More Lukewarm
When I saw the prompt two days ago I knew exactly what my post would be about. My inability to Resist procrastinating in place of studying. So while I should have been doing this…
Oh my, I’ve been in a bit of a state over my degree course lately, with family circumstances and a bereavement playing in a large part in my recent struggle, then add to that my usual self-doubt and you start to see the picture.