Monthly Archives: July 2010

One Love

Some things are best left unsaid. It’s taken me a while to find the words and I still haven’t found what I’m looking for. So for now I’ll just share this. I’m a child of the 70’s and for one … Continue reading

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I’m done with the glass ceiling business.

I’m done with the glass ceiling business. The only glass ceiling I’ll entertain is the one Mr Dahl wrote about in Charlie and the Chocolate factory. Good old Roald Dahl the original big friendly giant. He was forever telling children … Continue reading

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Crying for strangers.

A boy died on our road the other night.We knew he was dead by the way the Firefighters walked away from the car he had been in. Their heads were low and they walked away slowly, really slowly. All the … Continue reading

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Reaching your peak.

Huddersfield had a creative carnival. I surrounded myself with family and friends, fun, good food and fine music. Big congrats to the Huddersfield African Caribbean Cultural Trust and it’s funders and to the fine people of Huddersfield. We are still … Continue reading

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Beam me up Buzby

Technology simply amazes me.  Remember when I rang my dad from the plane? Ok  scroll down for that if you missed it. The plane phone thing was cool but to be honest I still get a little excited that we … Continue reading

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Dug deep,kept strong.

Mid year reflections on a creative year. Took the leap and began formalising my own creative company. Tabonuco, the name of the company found me. Marcia Layne the writer introduced me to Anita Franklin the writer and I joined the … Continue reading

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Two weeks and Two days.

Two weeks and two days youngest leaves primary school. He is ready but am I? I’m getting ready to let go.  To stand a little to the left at the back incase he falls. I wrote this a while back. Today … Continue reading

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