Changing It Up…

… Or would it be slimming it down? Either way, I am making changes to my blog to make it easier and less stressful for me. I have so much going on in my life, which most of you should be aware of, so I only have so much time to keep up with my... Continue Reading →


Charities Close to my Heart (July 2019)

This month's charity, that is close to my heart, is Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Cancer Support is simply just that - a charity that provides physical, financial and emotional support to cancer patients and their families. As I have stated in other blog posts, Cancer is a physically and emotionally draining situation to go through... Continue Reading →

Theatre in Review – June 2019

June was certainly another busy month of theatre for me. It included a number of visits to theatres I have never been to, attending my first Shakespeare play, me reliving my teens years and, as usual, my customary monthly trip to see my favourite play. Top Girls at the National Theatre (8/6/19): It only took... Continue Reading →

Charities Close to my Heart (June 2019)

This month's charity, that is close to my heart is CLIC Sargent. I honestly didn't know that there were some charities that would offer you support without the need for you to contact them directly yourself. This was something I discovered when Charlie was transferred to UCLH in the Spring of 2018 to begin chemo... Continue Reading →

Theatre in Review – May 2019

May was certainly a busy month for in terms of trips to the theatre. With three trips to see Cursed Child, three new shows and a return visit to a play I had previously seen near the beginning of its run, it was certainly worth how knackered I was by the time we came to... Continue Reading →

The Necessity of Vaccinations

Nearly twenty years ago, there was this double page article I remember being published in the now defunct News of the World newspaper. What caught my eye was that it was made up primarily of photos with one thing in common - each and every child pictured was in hospital, having been diagnosed with either... Continue Reading →

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