The sexual abuse loophole
Mar19

The sexual abuse loophole

****Trigger warning – sexual abuse, paedophilia and grooming I’m sharing something different today. It’s a guest post from a fellow blogger and it’s a tough read. She isn’t a blogger I know personally, in fact she wanted to work with bloggers she doesn’t know, so she can keep her anonymity. I’m so sad that this story needs to be shared, but I really admire her bravery in sharing it. I hope...

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Marathon training: Weeks five to eight
Mar18

Marathon training: Weeks five to eight

My marathon training is well underway and I think I’m actually addicted to it. Although the types of running and the distances vary, I’m into a pattern with it and I enjoy the whole week. Monday is always rest day and I’m always ready for it after my long run on Sunday. Tuesday is usually a short, fast run. Wednesday is the dreaded body conditioning, which is my least favourite day of the week, although I can...

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Silent Sunday 17.3.19
Mar17

Silent Sunday 17.3.19

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Project 365 2019 Week 11
Mar16

Project 365 2019 Week 11

We’ve got another teenager in the house and it’s been a very quiet week of work. Here’s our week in pictures… Day 69 – Sunday 10th March – I did my longest run ever – 15 miles! There will be plenty more ‘longest runs ever’ to come over the next few weeks. In the afternoon I went to meet two lovely blogging friends, Suzanne from Chicken Ruby and Mary from Over 40 and a Mum to One....

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Fire Damage by Kate Medina
Mar15

Fire Damage by Kate Medina

I absolutely loved Two Little Girls by Kate Medina. What I hadn’t realised when I bought it, was that it was the third part of a series of novels about psychologist Dr Jessie Flynn. I loved it so much that I knew I had to go back and read the first two books in the series. Fire Damage is the first Jessie Flynn book. Jessie is an army psychologist who is working with a very troubled four-year-old boy, the son of a major. To get...

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