Two weeks ago, my best friend and I, after an evening of chat, a bit of gossip, a lot of laughs and few moans, had put our world’s to right for the evening.
Hugging our goodbyes on the doorstep, a date to repeat the same a month ahead, once I returned from my latest travels, we parted
Now we have parted forever. Continue reading
Last year I decided to follow a very angsty, amusing and opinionated lady from the USA, latching on to her blog via the WordPress reader and ended up being highly amused by her life and wit, I followed Lydia’s life on my WordPress journey.
And I enjoyed every post I came across. Continue reading
This little aside is to apologise for those who have liked and commented on my recent posts and are possibly now thinking, well, hmm, why there has been no response when I took the time to make a nice comment….
I do try to interact with people who have been kind enough to comment, but sadly, one morning this week, my left (hand) Macbook Air fried and died. Continue reading
I’m sure, if you have Facebook, you are subjected to all sorts of links that Facebook algorithms insert into your feed. I just whizz past all the wrinkle resolvers ( too late I think), most of the Foodie porn things ( I really can’t afford weight wise to drizzle chocolate, cheese and fat, I’m trying to lose that fat).
Anything related to work is wasted on me as I’m not working now. Gadgets just wash over my head, but just on occasions, I do read the health sites.
I started to see multiple posts about turmeric and inflammation. Continue reading
Last week I had a lovely comment on my blog on a very old post that took me about 10 minutes to find to reply to. ( I read the comment on my mobile WordPress app first, then had to try to remember where it was, forgetting I could just look at comments)
That was the moment I realized I had, a year down the line, let the structure become a bit of a mess.
It was a good post but had sunk to the bottom of the heap. Continue reading
Having dived into a multitude of challenges with great enthusiasm, joining into this whole blogging concept, which is a wonderful way to view other folk’s experiences, I now find myself with a 5-day working week on WordPress! Continue reading
I’ve always been far from home since an early age. Continue reading
Well, it’s all very different.
Before Dubai, my life was in lived in a small village outside Paphos, Cyprus. Two children, a quirky renovated village house, a full-time job, but it all changed quite quickly when my company was bought out and I was offered relocation in 2012. Continue reading