Let’s talk about eggs.
Most eggs have a sell-by date, you know they are good for maybe up to a week after that but can be extremely offensive thereafter…… kind of like a woman whose eggs are going off….. at MENOPAUSE!
Now gentlemen, don’t look away….. this is for you. Continue reading “Tick Tick Tick….”
I’ll start by saying that up until 2009 I had experienced no desire whatsoever to travel to the United States of America. I had mistakenly assumed that as it’s population looked largely like us and spoke the same language I felt it didn’t really offer a culturally different experience. Continue reading “With love …. FOR the USA (and more specifically Arizona)”
I may have missed out on a university education, but I have been a life-long student of human relationships and it fascinates me what makes a relationship work ….. or not.
Continue reading “Getting it right”
It seems from discussions about my solo business trip to Isle of Wight that I’m somewhat late to the party in visiting this island and even later discovering the delight of hover travel. Continue reading “Ryde with me”
Maybe it’s because I’ve decided to give up booze for May and now have a low irritation threshold, or maybe it’s just because I’m a short-tempered hormonal woman but I can’t be alone in having these irritations. Continue reading “First world niggles”
Toes are officially out. Winter is over. It’s official.
Today I had my toes out. It’s the first day I have officially gotten them out and it’s April and I feel awesome. I am strutting around like a peacock with its tail feathers proudly fanned. I almost feel like my milkshake could bring all the boys to the yard if I was so inclined. Isn’t it amazing what a change in daylight can do for you? I’m feeling like a new woman, revived, positive and full of energy. It’s almost like I’m not menopausal at all. Praise be to the god of daffodils and British Summer Time! Continue reading “Spring and the power of positivity”
Last year I gave up alcohol for three and a half months. It absolutely was a big deal. I was drinking way in excess of what anyone would recommend as normal and had been for a while. Continue reading “A new unit of measurement”