Safe Places, December 2020 I have found a home. The dragonflies buzz and lilt By the yacht club lake. Swinging high, higher, Aiming for the sun and sky, Flying with sisters. My hands are in dough. I laugh as I try to hold This delicious life. This is usually where I put the links to … Continue reading Safe Places
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If you're a regular reader, you will have noticed that I didn't post any public blogs from mid-March to mid-June. In March I managed to come down with the flu, shortly followed by norovirus. Then, when I'd just about recovered, England went into lockdown due to COVID-19. It was a weird time to try to … Continue reading Lockdown Nourishment
One of the worst things about my chronic anxiety is that I often feel like I can't do things I'm not amazing at. I was one of those 'gifted' kids who's value to adults revolved around how smart and competent I was, which was terrifying because I thought I was never allowed to fail, or … Continue reading Enjoying What You’re Shit At