Month: July 2010


Recovery

chipped nail polish? check. overwhelming sense of tiredness? check. aching limbs? check. A morning check revealing a combination of the above usually means it’s Monday morning. Add to that the feeling of something being missing and you can usually guarantee that the weekend involved either me or the boyfriend doing a long drive at the […]

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Letting Go

My hair is too long and it’s flicking out over my ears when I put my glasses on. It makes me feel a little self conscious, feeling these tufts – not long enough to have weight; not short enough to be neat. They’re my default now, the first place my fingers go to when I […]

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Ebb & Flow

It’s the little things that wear you down. The itchy eyes in the morning when you wake up after another night of endless dreams. The fact that your petrol light is on, again. The man in the office that won’t stop jingling the coins is his pocket when he talks to you and refers to […]

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Books! June Update

I really wanted to hit 10 books this month and I only managed to complete 9. I did however put out an issue of Télégramme, celebrate my birthday and have three weekends full of fun so I don’t think I can complain that June was a bad month for anything other than reading. Books Read […]

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& So It Goes

I am still procrastinating. it’s 4pm and I’ve spent the entire day avoiding all the things I know I need to do like I have all the time in the world to do them. Instead of working on my application form I’ve been taking photos, finding new things for the new issue of Télégramme, day […]

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Better Late Than Never

I turned 27 on Sunday. Did I mention at all? It’s Thursday now and I’ve been meaning to do a catch up post every day since then but what with the seemingly never ending stream of things to do or emotions to feel or pollen to attack I got a bit sidetracked. Cardiff was fantastic. […]

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