Ever since I was at primary school I’ve always felt a little bit like this: Or this: It wasn’t anything dramatic or horrible. Nobody bullied me, I had friends and I don’t think anyone noticed. It’s just I didn’t feel … Continue reading
These weekly challenges are difficult. I usually manage something, but last week’s topic, ‘kiss’ ended up stumping me altogether. I looked through my street photography and was disappointed to note that I’ve never managed to catch any spontaneous snog pictures, … Continue reading
SWEARING ALERT: If you are sensitive to any particular arrangements of letters, don’t read the conversation bit at the end. If push came to shove I would identify as “feminist”, but I am very wary of some of the ways … Continue reading
Spouse: “I went to Tesco on the way home and it was full of men buying flowers, so I thought I’d better get you something.” And he hands me a Scotch Egg.
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