Grateful

February 7, 2013

For the past eight weeks getting out of bed hasn’t been easy. I didn’t know what they day would bring until I would turn and place my foot on the floor. At that point I knew it would be OK and without to much pain or more times than not, a battle with sciatica and




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The whole truth…

February 5, 2013

“A bicycle wheel-builder makes a buckled wheel true by tightening spokes: when the pull from both sides is evenly spread, the wheel is straight and ‘true’ again. Truth, in a bicycle wheel, is about a balance of forces.” … And life. From Storyful




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Your choice

February 5, 2013

Its a scary thing, choice. You think you want it, but do you really, do you want the autonomy because everything that happens to you then is your fault. Now that’s a proper scary deep deep fear…. “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond




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Douglas and Football

December 8, 2012

Douglas, a member of my extended family died at 8:15pm yesterday. A larger than life man taken by lung cancer at the age of 76. He had quite some life. I knew him mostly from seeing him at the football watching Coventry City play. He always saw the opposite to me and we’d banter. The




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