Monthly Archives: January 2011

Why don’t things work out like we want?

Comments and conversations on Facebook are often quite inspirational and thoughtful. Over the weekend I have read a couple of quotes that people have posted – they could be about anything, but mainly about life, I guess. And as I … Continue reading

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I want to be a rockstar?

Anyone who thought I had finished with feminist posts with my nice revived easy-going Clouds blog will be disappointed. Searching through YouTube for an original version of Nickleback’s Rockstar – I was puzzled to find lots of versions of the … Continue reading

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On hitch-hiking

For no particular reason, I was recently reflecting on my hitch-hiking experiences of the distant past. I was of course, brought up ‘never, NEVER, to accept a lift from a stranger.’ Not bad advice by any stretch of the imagination. … Continue reading

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Head over heels

As it’s (nearly) a year since I wrote on here, I thought I would start this new year off with a new post, and open this blog up for comments again. When I first started this blog, it was intended … Continue reading

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