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I have a question for you

I’ll be honest with you I’ve recently struggled writing content for my blog. I wanted to post fragments of my thoughts about feminism last weekend but the fragments didn’t quite come together in the way I wanted them to, in short the pie wasn’t ready to be served so that’ll have to wait as the subject is sensitive and I’d rather get it right than just do it! 291 more words



Bluebell in my hand,
Sheltered petals kissed with dew,
Cold gnawing at my fingers,
But I will not let her through.

Bluebell safe and warm, 60 more words


In an English Bluebell Wood

“No life is so charming as a country one in England, and no flowers are sweeter or more lovely than the primroses, cowslips, bluebells, and violets that grow in abundance all around me here.” 1,678 more words

Gardening And Nature


We made the decision to get married in a bluebell wood, many moons ago, so the wild bluebell has fond associations for me. I grew up in Buckinghamshire, a county of England that was once nicknamed ‘Beechy Bucks’ because of its extensive beech woods. 383 more words

Pembrokeshire landscapes

The light woke us early on our first Pembrokeshire morning and the urge to get out and get walking was not to be resisted.

I had mapped out a route before we left home so I was all set to go. 923 more words