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leaden feet

my feet have minds

of their own 

- lives and souls

stirring feelings 

that creep

rippling effects 

that seen

are an obvious… 55 more words


Warriors at the Water

I’ve sat down to write today and found that I just can’t. I was going to do my usual frivolous summary of my week and another look at my incompetence at actually doing the blog writing thing, in part three of ‘ 447 more words

A Testing Day

18 March 2015

You know your life has changed when you are prodded with electrical currents and poked with fine needles and you are not wearing leather nor holding a whip. 1,435 more words


Kingston Breakfast Run Recap

I’ve never completed a training run of more than 18 miles before, I have never even ran more than 19.5 miles. Before you think I’ve lost it, yes I did do the London Marathon last year, but I took a walk break around 19.5 miles! 507 more words


‘It’s restored my faith in politics’

First published in Progress magazine

Gordon Aikman wants nothing left unsaid | Richard Angell and Adam Harrison

Gordon Aikman has been busy of late. The former Labour party staffer-turned-director of research for the unionist referendum campaign Better Together has met Hillary Clinton, been in and out of No 10, received wide coverage in national newspapers and, most recently, his partner, Joe, proposed after a day visiting the White House and the Oval Office. 974 more words

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The Small Things Do Matter In The Big Picutre

March 15 2015

You know your life has changed when you find yourself thinking about using a water blaster on the lounge floor and not think it at all odd. 1,857 more words


Positive Procrastination

So, after months of blog-neglecting I have decided to write again.  Why? Positive Procrastination, of course!

Sitting in this very chilly library on a Saturday afternoon, surrounded by red-bull fuelled, desperation sweating, bleak looking students I have been inspired. 396 more words

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