They had arrived at Blackmoor Reserve before me, a minibus full of special needs children from a local school, mostly in white shirts and black trousers – though one little girl, who cried on a single haunting note the whole way round the walk, was clad in a blue Summer dress. 716 more words
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In many ways, I respond very badly to stress and pressure. Because I am a worrier, because that worry segues only too easily into anxiety, I go to pieces rather more often than I consider proper or brave. 1,007 more words
I believe you shouldn’t judge a woman by the way she looks, smells, or wears her hair. Yeah, okay so all that is important- I’m not after a troll who smells like a trucker- but I think you can tell all you need to know about a woman by what she eats, how she eats. 1,766 more words
Civilisation stems from true equality between all peoples; it comes from a spring in which both the god and the goddess are valued (whether you see them as deities or simply aspects of self is irrelevant; – and where a sense of the sacred sits joyfully next to a love of this precious human flesh we were all born with. 1,371 more words
Any idea who these clothes horses are? I haven’t the foggiest myself, and couldn’t care less!
Why, oh, why do we, as a society, continue to give such a disproportionate amount of our time – and, by inference, our admiration and money – to the many-headed Hydra that is Celebrity? 369 more words