It has been just over 48 hours since the news broke that Stephen Sutton lost his fight against cancer. Just before 12 pm on the 14th May 2014, his mother posted on Facebook about Stephen’s death, she said:
My heart is bursting with pride but breaking with pain for my courageous, selfless, inspirational son who passed away peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of this morning, ….
Continue reading Rubbed off on all of us…
Stephen Sutton may have lost his battle for life but he has won many hearts. Thinking of his family and friends at this sad time… RIP Stephen… you were truly inspirational and taught us all about who we should be…
According to the news today the Government are hoping to bring in laws that protect children from emotional harm. Emotional harm to a child can be just as harmful as that of physical or sexual abuse. Mental mind games, even to an adult are hard to deal with but for a child, who hasn’t reached adulthood, it must be confusing, hurtful and enough for a child to start on that harmful road of self harm. Continue reading Cinderella Law – Emotional cruelty to children…
It is hardly surprising that there is discontent within Britain.. especially when we are being told the economy is doing better and we are on the road to recovery, yet our incomes are nowhere near as high as they should be and our standard of living is well below what it was prior to the recession.
Whilst families struggle to make ends meet and have to rely on food banks in order to feed their families and people, whether they are old or young having to decide whether to heat their home or eat, it is hardly surprising that the people of Britain are getting, to put it politely, pissed off. I know I am. Continue reading Pissed off Britain…
And thank **** for that. See I told you it wasn’t worth making News Years Resolutions and I break them very easily.. so that is the ‘No Swearing’ resolution out of the window..
Oh well.. better luck next year. Continue reading Back to normal…
Today’s challenge is rather a difficult one to answer, because WordPress asks, Who is the person in your life who can do no wrong? Describe this person and tell us why you hold them in such high esteem.
Why I find it hard to answer is because I don’t hole any person in such a high regard… that I would overlook their faults and believe they can’t do no wrong. Continue reading Daily Prompt: My Precious
Aclassic question, revisited: what are the five items you must have on a deserted island?
Yes that is the Daily Prompt for today from WordPress.
Well the top of my list would have to be my laptop… complete with power cable (hoping electricity exists on my deserted island along with wi-fi). If not I am definitely b*ggered… Continue reading Daily Prompt: Five Items
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If you love somebody, set them free, so the song goes – advice which Debbi Wood is unable to take on board.
Othello syndrome.. new one on me. I’d call it a bloody control freak.. Sorry but this behaviour is not natural.. and no man will take this behaviour forever, without cracking at some point.
Wonder how she would feel if she kept being accused of looking at men.. Well I hope they don’t holiday abroad where topless bathing goes on.. cos the poor bloke will definitely need Factor 50 on the back of his head and neck.. and an appointment at his GP upon his return, where he has a crick in his neck… by having to look down at the ground all the time.
Trust is an integral part of a relationship.. there is no trust here. And as I said Othello syndrome is a new one on me.
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