Posts tagged with ‘love’

  • Real Life: Who are you?

    By on January 29, 2015
    Who are you? I am preparing to immerse myself in an edit. Sarah Westcott from the Addendum Agency has come back to me with notes on how to improve my magnus opus ‘Looking For Mr Rabbit’. I am very excited. I am also nervous as the work load is enormous. The book will now be clearly influenced by Lewis Carroll’s […]
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  • Love, Loyalty, Trust – All You Need Is Love

    By on September 23, 2014
    The last four years have been the toughest I have faced and I have been lucky to have some amazing people around me who have not passed judgement and have listened for hours as I pace my thoughts in a circular motion around my head. Some stayed the distance and some fell by the wayside, weary. Over my shoulder I […]
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  • Operation Goliath is underway. Miracle needed to achieve Christmas Number One for 10 year son of RAF pilot.

    By on December 4, 2013
    Operation Goliath is underway. Miracle needed to achieve Christmas Number One for 10 year son of RAF pilot. UK RAF Pilot’s Son Ben, aged 10, Wrote, Performed and Released Song Asking For Peace Messed Up World written by Ben Macnaughton & Anthony Clark and produced by Anthony Clark in aid of SSAFA is out now Click on image to buy […]
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  • Tales from the Domestic Frontline – MY NEW BOOK COMING SOON

    By on February 21, 2013
    Watch this space for information on my new book – Tales from the Domestic Frontline WARNING – If you are easily offended don’t buy this book! In this book I express many opinions. It also contains adult humour and bad language. If you don’t like me then DON’T buy this book! I wrote this book and it’s all about me […]
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  • Will You Marry Me?

    By on May 18, 2012
    Don’t let the intoxication of romance mess with your head. Love is a drug, which makes girls go gooey and sign their lives away so before you sell yourself into domestic slavery – here are some top tips from a female divorce lawyer which just keeps your nest egg a little bit more cushioned. Being steady footed in the haziness […]
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  • The Domestic Goddess Is A Feminist

    By on July 13, 2010
    I am on the outrage bus at today’s article in The Daily Mail and the Mumsnet nazis are chipping in too, nodding furiously, and telling us to grab your pinny girls, keep the home fires burning, and raise your children. Don’t work, don’t have a career. Husbandry (why is it called that again?), child rearing is a career, and this […]
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  • ‘A Blog With Substance’ and an unexpected inquisition (a bit like the Spanish one)

    By on June 28, 2010
    Maranda at My Camo Coloured Life has given me an award. Thank you so much for this award. I am sincerely flattered and honoured to have this bestowed upon my humble little blog. Now, winning an award does not come for free. It is now my duty to pass on the bloggy love. Here are the rules that go along […]
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  • Real Life: Love Endurance

    By on June 17, 2010
    A big chopper Up, up, into the sky, the juddering rumble of the spinning rotators. If only Michael Angelo had explained why, Those circling blades made it fly. Does anyone know just what makes it go Up, up into the sky the juddering rumble of the spinning rotators. I knew that I wanted to spend the rest of my life […]
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  • Real Life: I Hate Housework!

    By on June 15, 2010
    It’s tedious, monotonous and infinite! I resent the fact that Hagar doesn’t do as much as me and has somehow managed to morph a relationship founded on equality to one of segregated conjugal roles! How did this happen? At the same time, I know that I lead a privileged existence and inside my soul I should be pleased to serve […]
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  • Real Life: A Modern Military Mother

    By on May 16, 2010
    When I first met Hagar and we were in the throws of young love, I had a perception of what a military officer’s wife was like and it wasn’t me. I looked down my arrogant, young nose at those betrothed and thought I will never become one “no way Jose”. To me, the military officer’s spouse wore a Laura Ashley […]
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