Phoenix from the ashes

November 15, 2022 0

Phoenix from the ashes “Even when things don’t happen the way you want them to happen, there is always a gift.” Tracy Verdugo This quotation sums up my feelings at […]

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With love to Ukraine

March 21, 2022 0

With love to Ukraine About ten years ago I visited Kharkiv in Ukraine as the lead practitioner on a study visit for teachers from secondary schools. The visit took place […]

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A Month in Another World

February 12, 2022

A Month in Another World Trapped inside a body that is weak. Unable to get up and move around independently. A very private person forced into intimate connection with another. […]

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The four Ps: my personal credo

January 15, 2022 0

The four Ps: my personal credo Sixteen years ago I was at the central police station in Muscat where I was working. No, I hadn’t broken any rules. I was […]

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Reflections on Perspective

December 16, 2021 0

Reflections on Perspective I bought too many groceries for my refrigerator Forgot my gardener’s name, I’ll have to ask him later (from First World Problems by Weird Al Yankovic) Sometimes […]

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It’s clearly not cricket

November 13, 2021

It’s clearly not cricket I am proud to live in Yorkshire. Sadly, I can’t describe myself as a Yorkshirewoman as I’ve only been here for 20 years and am still […]

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World Peace Day

September 18, 2021

World Peace Day I first came across World Peace Day when Sally Burns mentioned it during one of our weekly meetings. As a university student studying political science, I was […]

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Living in Fear

August 21, 2021 0

Living in Fear Have you ever whinged about the speed of your internet? Have you ever complained that the supermarket had run out of your favourite brand of coffee? Have […]

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‘Lose Your Shoes……’

July 31, 2021 0

‘Lose Your Shoes……’ Being a summer-born baby, I am biased about the season of warmth, long days and growth.  Summer is, to me, nature’s way of ‘showing its beauty’ – […]

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