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Wrights Lane (W8)

Every single person in the world has a dream. Whether it be to change their circumstances, their families or quite possibly, to change the world, each dream is unique to every single soul. 706 more words


My Labour and Delivery

If you haven’t already read my ‘Me, Myself and Bump’ post, you wont know that I was induced at 37 weeks due to a condition I had called Obstetric Cholestasis. 4,137 more words


The littlest things mean the most!

This week has been special. I was letting the dog out into the back garden. My fiancée (Brit) is holding River. That’s when I heard it. 221 more words


they litter his gravestone.

those plastic flower crosses

never fail

to remind me of my father.

hoping one day

that I’ll stop remembering


or missing


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"Falling Lessons: Erasure One" by Beth Copeland

My father steps into a field of lost
sensation, sunflowers, a yellow star.

He lives in the garden without maps.

My father dreams through
what he feels and believes is real. 67 more words


What does a man do?

 Gus Fring: What does a man do Walter? A man provides for his family.  A man provides. And he does it even when he’s not appreciated, or respected, or even loved.

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My Faja, Thomas James Vander Well, turns 50 today.

Cheers to the man who wears many hats (literally and metaphorically). I am mind blowingly fortunate that he’s my father. 66 more words