Author’s Note: This week I’ve stood with my hands over my face listening and rendered myself unable to sleep with a late-night tune in… Dum, de dum, de dum, de dum… The theme tune of my childhood and soundtrack to the … Continue reading I’m turning into my parents – or ‘Why I listen to The Archers even though I was determined not to’
When I saw the title of this article, my heart sank. The article (worth a read before this) explores the ways there are of analysing and calculating the divorce rate, so far interesting to consider. The second part lists a series … Continue reading Whose marriage is at risk of divorce?
New Year is the contradiction and apex of the gift of a ‘new’ time-frame by which to measure things, and an abyss into which we stare without that we leave behind. Continue reading Unhappy New Year
As I read the genealogy of Jesus, I was struck by the connection of Ruth to another of the women. Rahab was her mother-in-law. Now who knows what their relationship was like – history doesn’t record it – but I … Continue reading Royal Connections: Ruth
“L, is for the way you look at me, O, is for the only one I see, V, is very very extraordinary E, is even more than anyone that you adore….” Ah love… Love and divorce. Not quite the same … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: L…is for Love
If you had told me five years ago what my life would like today I would likely not have believed you. If you had told me I’d be as happy as I am, I would have laughed. Tomorrow I turn … Continue reading Turning 30
As this is the culmination of the story, I want to begin this with ‘Reader, I married him’. But as a) that would be a lie, b) I’m not quite sure who ‘he’ is and c) it is entirely unrelated … Continue reading Fear Part Two: Doing The Really Unexpected