A very tasty Croatia
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A very tasty Croatia

I’m at work, it’s a lunch break and it’s pouring outside. Staff are dropping like flies with colds and summer blues, so I’ve thought this is a really great moment to update my holiday post. We managed to have a lovely summer holiday in Croatia. It really is a stunning country. We stayed in Istria … Continue reading

Perfect.
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Perfect.

Jenny sits at a table. Her shoulders back, her neck high, her posture Perfect. Shiny blond hair pulled back into a tight sleek ponytail; no room for a single strand to go astray. Hint of blue eye-shadow to match her blue school tie. Uniform as unspoiled as the day it was bought. She sits still and looks … Continue reading

Island Setting
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Island Setting

Greece is gorgeous. I know that because I’m here. I’m staying in a beautiful corner of Corfu called Kommeno. We booked it blindly with the  idea that we wanted to go somewhere romantic and relaxing. Greece has a rich history to it, which spills over in art and literature but here on its island it … Continue reading

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait
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Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

I have always wondered if Amy Winehouse’s tragic end to her life was inevitable. I remember watching a documentary on her that implied she needed tragedy to  produce music  as a way to voice her pain, and therefore her pain made her successful.  I remember seeing the photo of her with her bloodied ballet shoes … Continue reading

London Pride
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London Pride

A rare sunny weekend and activities to fill for two boisterous boys. I had hoped they had wanted to go for a drive to the beach or to some parks but they had both pulled out their pocket-money from under their hiding places and insisted that Hamley’s was the place that could only bring happiness to … Continue reading