This year marks twenty years since I became fully vegetarian, after a few failed attempts- the first when I was just five years old. Being veggie is definitely one of the reasons why I love to cook and have tried to keep myself – and my friends/family/colleagues – nourished with healthy home-cooked food for the… Continue reading Happy World Vegetarian Day!
We ride to the edge of the land where the too-bright, wind-whipped sea shapes the rocks and sand into silhouetted stacks rising and falling Time takes time and we anticipate the end
I am marking GCSE narrative controlled assessments and experiencing a rainbow of emotions: self-pity for the fact that I am slumped here doing it on a rain-soaked Sunday, defeat in the face of repeated basic errors, and amusement at some of the antics of the characters. About half-way through, I have tears in my eyes. I am… Continue reading Stories are worth more than marks