It’s a beautiful sunny Sunday and I am on the train travelling into London to spend the day with my family.
The train we are on is busy and many people are standing, there seems to be a football match on, as people are wearing blue football shirts.
As we pull away from one of the stops I notice a boy aged about 14 years old and a man in his 40s, get into the train. I notice them as the boy is patting down his pockets and appears to be searching for something and the man is
Imagine the scene, we are having a family day of pottering. I am busy researching some bits on the computer, my partner is busy in the kitchen and my 10 year old step daughter, Megan, is working through a "Reasoning Work Book", her choice not ours. She is looking at spot the difference and is busy writing her answers down to a variety of questions. All is calm................as we go through the answers there are some she has got wrong. The pencil gets slammed into the table,
It's official I am normal - I have had my doubts over the last few months but yesterday the Dr confirmed it. I skipped down the road towards the tube station, I felt relieved and happy. A weight lifted from my shoulders. I don't wish to put anyone off reading this post but, as a woman of a certain age, I am experiencing a lack of oestrogen and this is sending me a bit do lally!! I have an extra voice inside my mind, we call her Menopausal Mary at home, sorry if you are called