Tag Archives: Twitter

Cold pressed covfefe

It’s the first of June. That means #blogjune. Another year of me not being a librarian. Another year of me being a stay-at-home-mum. I’m not even sure what I am anymore. I think this #blogjune I’d like to explore the … Continue reading

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Taking care of blogness

Flexnib recently posted about keeping up.  I’m not keeping up. I really want to. Even though I’m a stay at home mum, at some point I will want to return to the workplace and I don’t want to be out … Continue reading

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The right to choose

My friends and regular followers of my blog, Twitter and Facebook will know that I have no problem bearing all in these very public spaces. I do self-censor on occasions but I tend to be a big of a WYSIWYG … Continue reading

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What is love? (Baby, don’t hurt me)

Let me say at the outset that I really hate that song! Also, it will be my earworm for the next God knows how long! Secondly, I come to my first point. What is love? This morning on Twitter, there … Continue reading

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The Twitter

You all sit there. Quietly. Waiting. Behind a door that is just a tiny bit ajar. I know you’re all talking. I am vaguely aware of a soft rumbling mumbling. Sometimes I peek in and hear you. Your words take … Continue reading

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Today is the Feast of Epiphany. A day of discovery and revealed truths. Since Christmas Day 2012, when #blog12daysxmas began, I have had some ups and downs. Mostly ups. Notably, during this time I have also travelled to Auckland, New … Continue reading

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On the seventh day of Christmas

On the seventh day of Christmas I wandered lonely as a tourist. Not really. I wandered as a tourist, yes. But I was not lonely. My evening plans include attending a party with a dear friend whom I met through … Continue reading

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