Lubri-Can’t — Bonnywood Manor

I am sure that many of you know Brian over at Bonnywood Manor but, if you don’t, I urge you to read this. It made me laugh so hard that I’m still mopping coffee off my keyboard…….

I am sure that many of you know Brian over at Bonnywood Manor but, if you don’t, I urge you to read this. It made me laugh so hard that I’m still mopping coffee off my keyboard…….

Here’s the deal. I was tidying up the house the other day when I noticed that the on-hand stock of a certain “relationship enhancement” product was alarmingly low. Now, I normally wouldn’t think it appropriate to publicly share details of the bedroom. But in this particular case, considering the mind-numbing adventure I endured whilst trying […]

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The Kindness of A Stranger — Twin Promise

There is so much negativity in the World at the moment that I wanted to share this story with you to prove that kindness and thought for others does still exist. I hope that it moves you as much as it did me xx

I actually wrote this blog last Friday, but I sent it to Alaska Airlines to let them know I was writing about their company and employee, and wanted to make sure it was okay with them to share this story. I got the okay this morning, and here is the post: August 17, 2018 There […]

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poem- — mtaggartwriter

Morning All :O) How are we all today? I just had to share this with you because of it’s sheer simplistic elegance and eloquence. I love Matt’s writing but this really blew my mind – I hope that you enjoy it too.

Our thoughts think themselves through even when we don’t want them to So we stand looking at their faces seeing beyond what we are seeing -M. Taggart

via poem- — mtaggartwriter

Morning All :O) How are we all today? I just had to share this with you because of it’s sheer simplistic elegance and eloquence. I love Matt’s writing but this really blew my mind – I hope that you enjoy it too.

Have a great day everyone

Lisa x

Mirror – In Other Words — iScriblr

I found this on Richa’s blog this morning and she asks that we raise awareness for victims of cruel and senseless acid attacks. The story is heartbreaking and I urge you to read it and show your support. Thanks guys :O) Lisa x

She looks into the mirror and says to herself “How can people see me like this?”, broken, dispirited, all that she notices is ugly-unattractiveness and grisly-disfigurement. The rough lines, blistered edges, scarred creases, uneven contours, they all remind her of the past glory days when she was credited to be the “prettiest of them all!”…

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10 Reasons Why Yard Work Is Not Your Friend — Bonnywood Manor

I just had to share this with you as I can’t stop chuckling over it! If you don’t know Brian, pop over to Bonnywood Manor and have a read, I promise you won’t regret it :O) x

1. Getting the lawn mower out of the shed Once upon a time, we thought it would be really cute to convert the garage into another den, because we had too much furniture in the rest of the house. (I have an inability to consider where I’m going to put something before I buy it.) […]

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The Menopause and Bad Dreams — Inside The Rainbow

Dear fellow menopause suffers and, well, women in general really, please have a read of this great post, it made me laugh out loud – I promise you won’t be disappointed :O)

Before the menopause, I’d go to sleep at night and wake up 8 or 9 hours later feeling refreshed and ready for another day’s crap. I’ve slept through storms and earthquakes and that’s despite being over-sensitive to noise in the daytime. It was one of my better points that I could lose myself in my […]

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Something big between my legs…conclusion — Superman can’t find a phone booth

As a lover of motorbikes, dark humour and great writing I just had to share this with you all. I really hope that you enjoy reading it as much as I did xx

As a lover of motorbikes, dark humour and great writing I just had to share this with you all. I really hope that you enjoy reading it as much as I did xx

When I left off, I was lying in the woods, behind a rusty guardrail on a sparsely traveled road. Unconscious. If you would like to catch up you can here, here, and here. “Bill… can you hear me?” a strange voice boomed over me. It was noisy and chaotic, I was freezing and disoriented. The […]

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