Thought For The Day

There is a wave of emotion ongoing today. Following the US Supreme Court Roe v Wade ruling. I can understand why many people will not want to discuss it. I don't particularly want to either, but I feel upset and concerned. As previously highlighted in An Incensed Observer and A Question of Women's Rights. Because … Continue reading Thought For The Day

Friday Flower of the Day – Clivia

Today another first. I am participating in Cee's Flower of the Day Challenge. The Clivia Miniata from the Amaryllidaceae family (I'm thinking Amaryllis). Also known as the Bush Lily or Natal Lily. My husband, the superstar that he is, bought this as he likes structural houseplants. I was skeptical, but to be amazed. In its … Continue reading Friday Flower of the Day – Clivia

Thursday Doors

I am taking the plunge and joining in Dan's Thursday Door feature for the first time. I will now be mindful of recording doors if/when I can go out. I love doors. Their potential, design and quirkiness. Grand Designs magazine used to feature doors as the last article in their publications and I think I … Continue reading Thursday Doors

Meeting the EpiPen

This past two weeks have felt completely surreal. Having thought I may just have scraped through the exertion of two recent eye tests, one exceedingly protracted and inaccessible one. Which however hard I tried to organise couldn't be done at home. (Next time, believe me, they will be.) And hoping I may have just got … Continue reading Meeting the EpiPen

Is It Easy To Contact A GP?

Needing the Doctor when you're homebound can be very difficult. And quite stressful. Well it certainly has been over the years, with pretty upsetting 'discussions' on the phone (sometimes in person) with Doctors and occasionally Nurses. All because your health limits your ability to get anywhere. And that's not through choice, but through health, which … Continue reading Is It Easy To Contact A GP?

Pencil Sketching

I love colours, art and nature. Years ago, pre-MEcfs, I used to paint in watercolour and on furniture (in an artistic way, not just randomly!πŸ˜…), along with some calligraphy. Sadly much of it is now beyond my capacity. I may perhaps one day revisit watercolour, less likely furniture painting. In the meantime I dabble with … Continue reading Pencil Sketching

Platinum Jubilee

A few images from the Platinum Jubilee Weekend currently being celebrated in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, over this especially extended weekend here in the UK. Not everyone has the weekend off, but for those that do, there are a few tea parties and picnics going on. Previous Jubilees Queen Elizabeth II has … Continue reading Platinum Jubilee