Posts Tagged ‘flowers’

Brilliant BlogCamp Birmingham

There were interesting talks, there were lovely outfits, there were friends, there were hugs, there was lots of chatting – and cake. I even learnt a new word – and it’s not a rude one. It all happened at last Saturday’s BlogCamp! The day was so enjoyable I can’t believe this time last week I […] Read more…

A Successful Week

This week, I am happy to report has felt successful for me personally, and for my blog: Me For the past few months I have been making a concerted effort with my food intake and exercise. I’ve been doing particularly well with my running, doing regular 5km distances on the treadmill at the gym. I’m […] Read more…

Forget-Me-Nots and Patience

This time last year, while we were still in the deep fog of early grief, Martin and I spruced up our back garden. While we enjoy looking at flowers, we know little about gardening and we were glad to have the assistance of my green-fingered mum and brother. Our garden is a small courtyard, with a […] Read more…

Self-Care

This week has been about self-care. And about time, too. Where I live, we have been fortunate to enjoy some beautiful spring sunshine, and it has been very warm indeed. Despite my reservations about spring, I have now been enjoying the array of flowers and blossom, and trying to see them as symbols from Hugo. […] Read more…

Hugo’s First Birthday, Survived

Hugo’s first birthday, one of the most difficult ‘firsts’ has come and gone. It was not a date I was looking forward to. But I have survived. Really, my survival was not in doubt. Hugo’s first birthday could never be as bad as the day he died, or as bad as the day of his […] Read more…

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