Tag: life

  • Fragments of Self

    Fragments of Self

    Yesterday, lots of stuff got fixed. Some of it is permanent, other bits are just beginning. My exaggerated anterior pelvic tilt is now well on the way to being far less of a problem: this will help enormously with benching the weights I want to be playing with in the months that follow. The exercise […]

  • No Scrubs

    No Scrubs

    Everything is late, one thing is at least a day behind, but this is surprisingly good progress, all told. There’s a reason, and it is worryingly grown up. If it's Monday it must be Allergy Testing… pic.twitter.com/6VXDfLiqjM — 🌊 Sarah @ The Estuary 📝 Redefined Metrics 🌊 (@AlternativeChat) January 28, 2019 Both son and daughter […]

  • The Girl from Ipanema

    ALL HAIL THE HYPNOTREE pic.twitter.com/qCxpc3MjkL — 🌊 Sarah 📝 Shonky [Festive] Hankering 🌊 (@AlternativeChat) December 9, 2018 Christmas decorations are UP. Their delayed arrival had a lot to do with circumstance, with today being the first we had to get everything out of storage and up in place.Now it is done, I just gotta pull […]

  • 3am Eternal

    I could be lying here and scheduling this post, but sadly I’m not. It’s 3am and I’m awake. My Fitbit almost gleefully informed me that I’ve had 3 hours and 48 minutes of sleep, before my son helpfully texted me to say he was awake and not to get grumpy if he couldn’t get up […]

  • The Politics of Dancing

    The Politics of Dancing

    There’s a temptation to just spill the beans completely on my future plans, as I’m totally useless at suspense or keeping secrets, but because I understand that people get interest by drip-feeding information, it is time to say just this. The URL  internetofwords.com now points at my writing site. It’s a play on words (unsurprisingly) […]

  • Don’t Sweat the Technique

    Don’t Sweat the Technique

    I have a very bad short-term memory. It’s always been that way, for as long as I can remember (badum-tish) and what this leads to is a fair amount of repetition in daily life. I’m also a great sufferer of inertia, that my brain can get caught in cycles of ‘I’ll do that in a […]

  • Making Your Mind Up

    Making Your Mind Up

    Even though I lost an hour this morning, it’s a beautiful day. I’ve spent some time pouring over Co-Promote, which is turning into an extremely useful component of the experiment for the Writing Site. I have posts worked out for the next few weeks on the Warcraft Site, and there’s NEW CONTENT due on Wednesday. […]

  • Confusion the Waitress

    Confusion the Waitress

    Monday, it must be said, seems a very long way away. It didn’t help this week that I’ve not had a regular PT session, that my son spent Monday and Tuesday at home, that I spoke to a Therapist on Wednesday and yesterday went outside for longer on my own than I have been for […]

  • The Dawning of a New Day

    The Dawning of a New Day

    Honesty in my life is becoming a rather big deal. As you’ll see in an unscheduled Writing post on the other site, finding trustworthy people in this great big pile of social media shit can be, on any given day, a rather fraught affair. Everybody it seems is out to make their own fortune in […]

  • Funny Girl

    Funny Girl

    As another actor of a certain age passes away, I have pause for thought. British comedy, since at least the 1950’s, has been a product of the era it represented. That means Hancock in the 50’s, That was the Week that Was in the 60’s and Python in the 70’s. Fawlty Towers, which played between ’76 […]