All the rightings

Getting Old?

Saw a blackboard menu outside a pub the other day that said, “Over 55 Specials”!!! I’m going to have to go along just to see what they’ve got. I wonder if my driver’s licence will suffice? Or can you go … Continue reading → ...

Choirs and Jam

Spent a week in Brighton and a week at home over the last fortnight. It feels almost as though we’ve moved in together already. We’ve both become accustomed to being around each other constantly for the last two weeks and … Continue reading → ...

Spirituality and Understanding

There is something spiritual in me that stems from past experience in the great outdoors and particularly from a very beautiful place where I used to live. It is something I never thought another person would fully understand, something spiritual … Continue reading → ...

Puck

I guess the question in my last post was aimed more at the other person than me. I had to question it for my own understanding. I know what the love of friends and family feels like and I know … Continue reading → ...

A Special Day

11:29am. Today I met Stephen and life changed. ...

What Is Love?

If this journal is going to be a full reflection of my journey then I must stop excluding aspects of my life. I did it once before and realised later that subsequent posts made no sense, even to me. I … Continue reading → ...

Life

Life isn’t about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain. ...

Reading and Writing

I seem to have been reading avidly recently. One good book after another. After almost nodding off in front of the TV last night I went to bed and then decided to dip into ‘Mr. Rosenblum’s List’ by Natasha Solomons before I … Continue reading → ...

Curry, Gin, and Harems

My new cookery bible has to be ‘Miss Masala’ by Mallika Basu. With easy recipes, cooking tips and tricks for healthy Indian food, it also has to be one of the funniest cook books I’ve ever read. Think recipes interspersed with … Continue reading → ...
Yin and Yang and DNA

Yin and Yang and DNA

I wrote previously about the relationship between the formation of the eight trigrams in the Book of Changes, which form the 64 hexagrams, and the DNA sequence. At the time I did not have a reasonable explanation to hand, but I’ve since … Continue reading → ...