I don’t want to lie on a job interview. I don’t want to stretch the truth in a story I’m telling. I don’t want to pretend I’m anything other than 49 years old. Well, okay...
I love a comfy pair of pj’s, but stylish too, if they can be found and bought in the precious few minutes of the year I give to shopping for myself. Otherwise it’s the best I see when passing ‘nightwear’ in the hypermarché...
A family Zoom Christmas concert! Here are a few ideas, some don't need much preparation at all. It's all about sharing...
Perhaps numbering this post was a bad idea. Now I'm under pressure to come up with more Covid Family Christmas ideas! Much as I hope my family read my blog, I don't think they do unless I specifically send them a link to a post, and today that's a good thing because there's a Christmas … Continue reading Idea #1 for a COVID Family Christmas
Individuals with aphasia who display anomia can often describe an object in detail and maybe even use hand gestures to demonstrate how the object is used, but cannot find the appropriate word to name the object.
What good is practical support if it happens in an emotional desert?
I was perhaps less surprised than Anthropologist Heidi Larson when she found during her research on rumours that France was the most skeptical nation in the world.
As well as the wine, which obviously doesn't need discussing, there are other generally good things about France. Of course there are! Some of them are initially hidden in things that, at first, seem annoying to an immigrant like me, others are immediate... Cheese is pretty obvious. Empty Ah - but did you know … Continue reading It’s good, c’est bon (or c’est bien?!)
I just spotted on Goodreads that when I post a review there I can easily copy it across to my blog. I feel this book is a must-read for all us white people. I have another on my list by a UK author, which I plan to read soon. Thanks to Andrea at butterflymind for … Continue reading White Fragility
I spent some time in lockdown un-tidying. It was almost exhilerating. Dare I say it’s thanks to Miss 10? I daren’t. Lamentations Miss 10 is a tornado who leaves mess in her wake where you wouldn’t have thought mess was possible. Her ‘wardrobe’ is a huge pile on some kind of furniture in her room … Continue reading The Marie Kondo Rebellion