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I feel so bad for leaving work sick today. I hope the client got my e-mail and found the reagent. I’m such chronic worry.

I am a bad person.

Telepathy. Always telepathy.

Ugly Love ~ #JNGReads

As it turns out, I’m not a fan of Colleen Hoover.

This is undoubtedly an unpopular opinion and one I fear I may be crucified for. 1,466 more words


Learning to love ourselves

… love your neighbor as yourself.

Matthew 22:39

When Jesus said this to the Pharisees as part of his response to their question about the greatest commandment, Jesus assumed that the Pharisees, and us as readers of Matthew’s gospel, love ourselves.

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At Arms Length

The steel ropings along my berth rattled as the train gathered speed leaving behind all stations, big and small. Even most of the kid-sized townships that had a single bench under a lonely streetlight as their ‘station’ had already been crossed in the evening. 634 more words

Step One of Being a Parent: Guilt

Guilt. Its something all of us carry around. Weather it be from what we did after drinking a little too much wine or from eating that last piece of brownie that we swore we would save for our husband. 885 more words


Easing the guilt

I’m a relatively private person with most people, and that includes not revealing my emotions that often. However, I will be upfront and honest and admit that part of me starting this blog is because I felt let down by the vicar that conducted my Mum’s funeral. 250 more words

Ben Nevis Training

by design

This is a short poem based on the word suggestion “repentance” from fellow WordPress blogger smilecalm.  Thanks for participating and I hope you enjoy the composition! 22 more words