As a child I was frequently told off for ‘staring’. I’d be nudged discreetly and sometimes firmly, mocked and told not to do it. I didn’t always recognise I was doing it, but sometimes I was lost in the staring – lost in the trying to figure someone out, trying to ‘see’ who a person … Continue reading It’s rude to stare..
The first weekend in September, I had some work colleagues over to my house for the first time. One of them commented on the décor and said several times - It’s just ‘so Zoe’. She had presented me with a bouquet of pastel coloured roses and stocks telling me she got them because they were … Continue reading September
James has always had presence, 6’4, a gorgeous smile, the life and soul of the party, everybody loved James. Every soul could sincerely believe they were James’s best friend, his ability to make you feel special and bonded meant he was everybody’s friend. Adults old or young, children, girls or boys, James got on with … Continue reading James’s Marvellous Medicine