Part 1 of 4 In many ways it’s a bit of a free lunch to write a blog post like this. Nothing to worry about with structure, and little with content. Just a list of items and a snippet or two on each. Perhaps that’s why hundreds of such lists seem to spring up every … Continue reading
Today Winter ended. Overhead the swallows tumbled and darted across the blue. The verdant fresh grass in the fields by my house swayed in long, lethargic waves in the warm wind. I sat bare-footed on my doorstep, watching the sparrows build their nests. At my feet, the garden was a profusion of green in a … Continue reading
The curve. Rear view mirror.
Living with and recovering from mental health problems
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