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Thinking Outside The Box

We’re told to think outside the box
And yet it’s very true
That what a box contains and holds
Can be exciting too
Particularly when the said box… 105 more words


Singing With The Radio.

This morning as we were driving, the radio played Meatloaf’s “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad”. By the time we got to “I’m crying icicles instead of tears” all three of us in the car – plus the one on Skype – were singing along. 153 more words


A Leap of Faith: what would you do tomorrow if OfSTED vanished?

“Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe.”

Saint Augustine

A recurring theme this week on Twitter and the wider blogosphere is… 596 more words

Spouting Off

Stress The Invisible Toxin

Highly sensitive children have highly sensitive senses that make them highly aware of their environments. But this gift can become a nightmare in today’s polluted world. 917 more words


My spouse won't change for me but they'll change for their boss

If you want your spouse to change, you’re not the only one. Their boss wants to change them too and they’re succeeding. Is your spouse a better person because of their job or are work-driven changes slowly sucking the life out of your spouse and marriage?  394 more words


Mary tried to write with a grapefruit spoon:The problems of women and pens.

Mary had a busy morning ironing Emily’s nightdresses whilst the cat lay under the table watching her.Eventually she rang BT to enquire whether a 66 per cent increase in the bill was  normal when inflation was onlty 3 per cent.Despiter her knowledge of quantum theory and dysfynctional analysis she was unable to understand the explanation.Though she did get a slight reduction. 903 more words