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To work or not to work?

by on Feb.02, 2011, under My thoughts...

Some things in life make me wonder…..usually at 2 o’clock in the morning!!

One thing that does bug me….should I work?

Taking away the fact that my spine would probably appreciate taking things easy at home….should I work? Snide comments made, the kids reaction when we get home at 5.30, one day off a week, all creep into those dark areas at 2 in the morning….

My parents have always worked and I do not think I have been affected in any way, I have not missed out on anything….I just remember that Saturdays were always VERY busy with Mum BLITZING the house…from top to bottom (probably like our Sundays!!!). So I really do not think my kids will ever miss out because I work. One day off a week I have to live with. Snide comments can go take a jump!!!

I use facebook for various reasons…but mainly so that my family/friends can keep intouch with me. It never ceases to amaze me the amount of people who do not work, often commenting on daytime  TV programmes, stating that they are bored, bragging about the 42″ plasma TV they have just brought…even uploading a lovely picture of it….these people DO NOT WORK – they are on benefits!!!!…While I appreciate that certain people can not work (disabilities of the mind or body) there are a large proportion of people even on my small facebook group who really take the piss!!!!

Probably receiving more money than someone who works full time, nice new car every three years, a holiday three times a year…..moaning on a Sunday night that they have to get up on Monday (to do a School run!), embracing “Fridays” because it’s the weekend (and that’s different to a weekday for you because?), commenting on the sixth time that week they have had a takeaway (usually topped by going out for lunch on the Sunday!!) Complaining that they have to “get up off the sofa to make a brew” ………….TELL YOU WHAT GET OFF YOUR ARSE AND GO DO SOMETHING REAL…..LIKE GET A BLOODY JOB!!!!!! Stop relying on the system to provide for you like it owes YOU!! I’m sorry if I offend anyone….if you are truly disabled unable to work (both my parents are registered disabled, so I fully appreciate disability) then you will agree with me that there are people in the UK who need a slap!!!

Then there are the small group of people who think just because you work for yourself you got it easy…I have actually had it said to me “oh shut the shop it’s only for a day”….”you can do as you please…you aint got a boss!”….”You can afford it…look at your shop!”

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm…… Tell me…how many people would work for nearly a year and be so dedicated to their “job” that they “give” their wages back in order to make the business grow? How many people would take an annual three day holiday and work six days a week? How many people rise over emotional and physical pain barriers to smile and greet every customer?

Self-employment does have benefits….but it also has huge drawbacks.

So back to my question : to work or not to work?

Yes, I could stay at home claiming for all manner of REAL things!!….BUT I CHOOSE not to, and while I can physically can I will work….I want to set an example to my children, I am proud, I owe nothing, and I take from no one.

Ask yourself….what would you really rather do? Fall into bed each night knackered but slightly buzzing, content that your kids are being set a fantastic example? or sit infront of your 42″ plasma TV wondering what bloody takeaway you gonna have tomorrow?

The system stinks…..and I welcome any shake up that will weed out the scummy, lazy gits who claim to be disabled  and their “carers” who also live off the system.  I am having my blast on here, because although I often go on facebook and see these people’s statuses I cannot leave comments on there (believe me I AM SO TEMPTED!!!) because close people I care about who are related to these people would be hurt.


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Hey you know what?…everything ain’t “shit”..!!

by on Nov.23, 2009, under My thoughts...

Ok….I have been breathing air for over 40 years…..& I hope for a few more.

I have meet some fantastic people…done some fab things…exciting, boring, daring, scary….I have lost some very good friends & family through disease/illness,. I have witnessed the bravery & courage of a close friend & a family member face their death – something I will always carry with me…. sitting while a young mum spends her last days with her two small children will be with me forever.  I have also watched my own mum battle Cancer – twice. My father live with heart problems.  I have held the hand of someone close while they were forced to  return from a place where they hoped to find eternal peace.

I have cried on shoulders….and in return been the shoulder. I have laughed until I cannot breath….& sometimes been so drunk I thought I may never breath again! I have been so embarrassed I thought I may sink & so bursting with pride I felt I could fly.

I have been parted from special people…..only to be reunited down the years. I have bore four children and taken on a few more.

Like you…..I have lived.


Why am I writing this?


What never ceases to amaze me is the way some people always moan about how crap life is……I fully understand that YEAP…the world can sometimes deal you a crappy turn….& some people make it a crappy place to live in different parts of it……but why do we have to be so bloody pessimistic!!!!!!


In the words of my dearest friend Marjorie   “it may not always be tied with a bow….but life is a gift!!!”


I read a book a few years ago……it was full of some reminders that there are some truly great things to experience, to celebrate and just make you smile…..I will add some of my own (of course) & a couple from my dearest cyber friend ……enjoy the read… ;)



Why do some Vegetarians fall off the wagon……one sniff of that Bacon frying…..the sight of the bread knife slicing through that freshly baked loaf of bread…..come on!!

They come in all shapes and sizes…..and it does not matter how you dress them. A long crunchy baguette filled with exotic salad lashings of Mayonnaise,  thick sliced fresh bread with melted cheese & mushrooms making love to the Bacon……or simply Bacon, buttered bread and Brown sauce…….Cup of Coffee/Tea, juices dribbling down your chin……!!!



Combined with any or all of the following:

a) A glass of wine.

b) Bubbles.

c) A good book.

d) someone else.

e) A decent lock… keep out all pets/children!!!


Being a “KID” for five minutes.

Go on shrug off your adult years…..set up that Scalextric set, finger paint, rearrange the furniture in the dolls house, play with play-dough, run through the leaves kicking them wildly……bet you get more out of it than a glass of alcohol!!!!!


Cards with cash in them.

When you are a kid (& adult) cards sre the most boring part of Birthdays, Christmas etc…..What you really want is that odd shaped, beautiful coloured, shiny present….& lots of them. So when you are faced with that white (or pastel if you are lucky!!!) envelope containing a picture of a bear holding a balloon, you know you have got to be grateful……isn’t it made so much better if when you open that card a crisp fiver…or tenner falls out……come on we have all been there!!!!!!!  ;)


Breaking the ice on a puddle

Once you reach a certain age…..I think girls at 8 and boys at 10 (a rough guide) you stop being magnetically attracted to rain puddles. No longer do you jump straight into them….wellies or no wellies… have grown up!.

A frozen puddle, is a different matter……it is almost impossible for even adults to walk past one without testing it with your foot in the illicit hope of that beautiful & satisfying crack and spider web of fractures as you break the surface. It is the sort of moment that fuels an otherwise grey day.


Church Bells.

Religious or not…..the ringing of Church bells on a sunny spring morning is a joy to the ears (did I mention I am lucky enough to live a stones throw from our Village Church!!!  :)    )


Encounters with wildlife.

Most wild animals will steer clear of us Humans…..very wise move too – we have a tendency to kill them for food, sport or out of sheer boredom. So when an otherwise shy (clever) creature happens across your path & does not instant flee – it is a privilege, those few seconds, that will seem like an eternity as you make eye contact and, for a moment acknowledge each others presence….will appear timeless & spiritual. – it is enough to humble the most cynical of us humans.


Covering your hand in glue.

Did you ever at School, cover your hands in the white PVA glue (which always stank) wait for it to dry….and then peel it all off? 



Of both varieties.  The crumpet has the double honour of being delicious toasted & also the cause of much innuendo in the Carry on Films!!….BUT there are times when only a hot crumpet dripping with melted butter will do…..and should be considered a celebration of all things wonderful.


Having your child fall asleep in your arms/watching you child sleep

If this has happened to you….then you do not need me to explain why this is in my list.


Ice Cream

There are few problems or emotional crises that a spoon of ice cream cannot fix. The rejuvenating properties of ice cream are technically & medically, non existent….but whether adult or child….that creamy cold melting feeling in your mouth makes all your troubles crumble.

The origins of ice cream are steeped in mystery and lost to time & most civilisations appear to have their own versions of iced deserts. The ancient Greeks served snow mixed with honey. The Persians would use ice to create sweet confections. the Emperor Nero had ice brought down from the mountains to freeze his fruit drinks & the Indian sub-continent has been home to the dish Kulfi for hundreds of years!!!


We have Margaret Thatcher to thank for “Mr Whippy” ….she was part of a research team that pioneered a way of increasing the amount of air in the ice cream, thereby making it softer and able to be served by a pump machine straight into a cone!!!


Autumn Sun..

Ever taken a walk in the Autumn….just as the leaves on the trees are starting to turn that glorious golden brown & gold….Dappled sunshine highlighting the beautiful colours, slight breeze lifting the leaves….the sun warming your soul.


Summer Sun.

Feeling the warmth on your skin, cool drinks, BBQ smells wafting over the the warm barmy evening…..daytime fun with the kids & a hosepipe, diiping your feet into the sea…..a tan that beats any make up or facial treatment!!….need I go on?

Internet Community.

One thing the internet has brought back into many of our lives is a sense of community. It may be a shame that this huge, impersonal technological beast was the catalyst for this rediscovery, but lets face it bloody glad it has!!!!

News groups, discussion forums, message boards, chat rooms, blogs, my space, social networking, there are a myriad of sites that invite our involvement. We communicate with large groups of individuals on a daily basis and on the whole our lives are enriched as a result.

I have been involved in social networking sites (mainly Twitter & Facebook) for a few months. On Twitter people are mainly brought together through common interests….sport, pets, interests…..or they simply “click” .  Facebook is generally people from your past/present/future who you know or have known. For me Facebook has reconnected me with family, old friends and present friends. Twitter has introduced me to a host of new friends from all over the world…..some I will remain friends with forever & some I have clicked with so strongly they feel as close as family members to me…..on the flip side there are some who have not been “my cup of tea” & others I tolerate.

After a funny warm session on Twitter….how do you feel? ;) in the words of my Twitter friends….PMSL..!!!!


Reading in bed.

Losing yourself in a good book has to be one of the most rewarding things about and the location in which we choose to read is often as important as the book  itself. Reading a book (rather than using a computer/watching a TV screen 1 hour before bed) is proven to improve the quality & benefit of the rest we get while sleeping… as well as being just great – it’s also the “healthy option!!!”

I must point out that included in this section is reading in the Bath….60% of ladies do it and, reading while on the loo apparently 99% of men partake in this!!!!   ;)



They do not hurt, cost nothing although can be contagious. Try one out right now. GREAT…..Now dare you to point it in someone else’s direction. see? I bet you got one back in return? Or possibly you were arrested….if that’s the case give the officer a link to my blog….it might help??? 

Better still have you ever had a child look you in the eyes, and watch a grin spread across their face until it becomes the biggest, glowing warmest smile you have ever seen?



Simply because of the noise it makes…..!!!


Mobile Phone Signal….

It just cracks me up everytime I see it done…..Someone rasing their arm to the sky, standing on one leg, wobbering, stretching as far as they can into the top pane of the window…………..just to get a signal on their mobile phone….  :) )


I will leave you on these two little lines….

 Remember this….”SUNRISES” The dawn of a brand new day, and anything seems possible…

“SUNSETS” Even if we do not succeed, there is always tomorrow…..


If you have anymore that you could add to this list….then message me & I will gladly  add it


As always…have fun….Sharon  ;)



From my dearest friend Marjorie (@Stephanosis)

That Silent Magical Wonderland…

What about when you wake in the morning and it has snowed and the whole world is transformed into a hushed white wonderland. You walk carefully in it and leave the first footprints, that is truly magical, almost like the first day of a new world. x


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Boy or girl ……

by on Sep.21, 2009, under My thoughts...

I am sure most of you are aware of the leading stories at the moment concerning the two young boys who during the school holidays have changed their GENDERS to that of a girl…..returning to school under a girls name and dressing as a girl….at the age of 9 and 12.

SO WHAT!!!!!!!

Reading between the crap that is the national newspapers it seems that it is the other parents at the schools have taken the most offence from this….sprouting off that “they should have been prepared”……you know what…..just do your job as decent parents, sit down with your own children and open their minds gently to what is going on around them…….and thank your lucky stars that your child has been born & is happy in the “right body/sex for the right gender”. As for the schools involved,  at least they have taken on board this rather unusual circumstance…..and dealt with it….fair play to them….

and as for our daily newspapers…..don’t forget there are two kids in all this, these two kids are not “playing” at dressing up….for them it is real, they are trapped in a body that does not feel right. the tabloids using the term “sex change” is both sensationalist and incorrect. The children in question are merely returning to school in their mental gender. They are children – NOT CIRCUS FREAKS!!!  If the children’s parents have made this decision and the child is content & happy – where is the harm?

Our national Newspapers continuously using the term “boy” and the pronoun “he” is simply ignorant. Whilst she may be biologically male, her gender identity for her may well be female. respect those girls feelings and decision!!!!!! 

Gender is how someone feels they are. Sex is what you are. The two don’t always match…….


think about it………….



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Menopause – the signs of…

by on Sep.08, 2009, under My thoughts...

It is estimated that over eight out of ten women in the UK experience symptoms leading up to the menopause, and of these, 45% will find their symptoms difficult to deal with….Menopause symptoms are as different and individual as women themselves. Some experience symptoms that their friends never do. The duration and severity of the symptoms is variable. Menopause is a natural part of life that all women go through, some with more difficulty than others.

Technically you are not in menopause until one year after your last period, however the signs and symptoms can start to appear up to eight years before then!!! until that time you are perimenopause.

The signs & symptoms.

  • Hot flashes, night sweats, coldness
  • Irregular periods that can be heavy, light, shorter or longer cycles
  • Difficulty sleeping either getting to sleep or staying asleep
  • Mood changes, anxiety, depression, irritability
  • Heart palpitations (if you experience any heart disturbances, always consult a physician)
  • Dry skin and/or hair loss
  • Loss of or decreased sexual desire
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Incontinence — the inability to hold your urine
  • signs of menopause

    signs of menopause

    OK…… Enough serious stuff!!! Lets look at the facts….are you perimenopausal or confusing signs with just general life?????

    Hot flashes, night sweats, coldness ….. Is your central heating on too high? Have you just run for the phone? too many layers on in bed? Something else making you work up a sweat in bed~???????

    Irregular periods that can be heavy, light, shorter or longer cycles ….. Come on, how many of you ladies out there can honestly say you have had the same period…same time of the month….same amount of days in each cycle???

    Difficulty sleeping either getting to sleep or staying asleep….. Too drunk? Stuffed from that last kebab? or is someone else making you stay awake in bed?????

    Mood changes, anxiety, depression, irritability…. No change there then??????  ;O)

    Heart palpitations….. for me, was always when Martin Shaw was running round on screen during his stint in The Professionals…. then a certain Teacher at high school……and now, when my two year old plays “lets pretend to jump off the table”

    Dry skin and/or hair loss… Use a bloody moisturiser!!!! & stop putting cheap hair dye on your hair!!!!…..any hair loss anywhere else….embrace it!!!!

    Loss of or decreased sexual desire… Change your partner!!!!!!!

    Vaginal dryness… get yourself a tube of lube….or change your partner!!!!

    Incontinence — the inability to hold your urine… I believe after the months spent on Twitter this is more commonly called PMSL (Piss-My-Self-Laughing) what can I say ladies….either don’t drink so much….empty your bladders more regularly…Do your pelvic floor exercises…..OR GET YOURSELF SOME “TENA” LADIES!!!!!!!

    Today I went into a pet shop….as I always do I went straight towards the caged animals…..since I have been old enough to remember I have always stood completely mesmerized at any creature… I stood there today….I wanted to cry….?

    In front of me were about a dozen or so birds all chirping…and hopping from one perch to the other….using the little space provided to stretch their wings… fingers twitched….my heart started to palpitate…I went very hot…(OK I cant comment on Vaginal dryness, or hair loss….and I did not require any “Tena Lady”) but the urge to open the cage door and release those birds was huge!!!!!!

    As you can see…..just because you have the symptoms it does not mean you are approaching the menopause!!!! 

      In some cultures, menopause is celebrated. It is a joyous event. Just like adolescence is seen as a transition from being a child to becoming an adult, menopause is seen as a transition from the binding responsibilities childbearing and family care to the emergence of a completely evolved individual with a unique treasure of accumulated wisdom. Another way it’s been explained is that a pre-adolescent girl is a flower, a woman in her childbearing years is the fruit, and a post-menopausal woman is the seed…she contains the essence of all the preceding life-experiences which she can plant in upcoming generations. 

    Another view:

    And curiously enough, in many of these cultures, women experience far fewer and less severe symptoms of menopause. Asian women report far fewer hot flashes than western women do. In some cases in India, depression, dizziness, incontinence and other symptoms are almost unknown. Only 5% of Chinese women report menopausal symptoms. Mayan women in Mexico report no menopausal symptoms except irregular periods. In Africa, women in Botswana report no menopausal symptoms except increased sex drive. In Australia, 70% felt good natured and only 4% felt depressed. In the UK at least 80% of women suffer from symptoms of the menopause!!!!!!!!!!!

    The above is depiction of the mind-body-spirit condition of women in two different cultural perspectives…one menopause-negative, one menopause-positive. The question is how to get from one to the other….

    The answer is simple. Change your attitude-diet-life


    I know which way I would like to approach my perimenopausal years…… how about you?


    Have fun Sharon..






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    A very brave Dad & Jessica’s Trust

    by on Aug.12, 2009, under My thoughts...

    When I first started on Twitter I came across a young Dad twittering on behalf of Jessica’s Trust….intrigued I followed the click-able link….for the next few hours shed a few tears and gained a knowledge of childbed fever

    The brave Dad who I discovered on Twitter is called Ben Palmer…..and Jessica? – His wife and mother of their two children.

    Ben became a daddy for the second time and just six days after the uncomplicated birth of his daughter…..he became a widower. His wife died in June 2004 aged 34 from Childbed fever.

    Ben and Jessica’s story….

    Jessica Palmer was exhausted but she had planned the scene meticulously – she was lying in bed with her arms outstretched waiting for her toddler son, Harry, to come and greet his newborn sister.

    Emily, born the day before, was in her crib so that Harry, rather than the family’s new arrival, would feel that he was the centre of attention. By the bedside, hidden under a blanket, was a shiny new yellow toy tractor, a gift for Harry from his new sibling…………..

    Ben arrived at the hospital the next day expecting to take his wife and new daughter home. Shortly before he arrived, the midwife had been having difficulty taking Jessica’s blood pressure and had called Dr Ong, the anaesthetist, who happened to be on the ward.

    Dr Ong checked Jessica and was concerned by her raised temperature, low blood pressure and high pulse and said the obstetrician should see her before she was discharged. She was eventually seen at eight that evening but when Ben came to collect her and asked if her blood pressure had been checked, Jessica told him that the doctor had “just chatted”.

    Ben, still concerned, asked yet another midwife if his wife was all right and was told that she was fine and could go home. Soon after getting home, Jessica complained of being cold. “She was shivering and her lips were blue,” Ben recalls. “Within minutes of getting into bed she was red and hot so I took her temperature and it was 39.8 or 39.9.”

    Ben was worried but his wife insisted that she just needed to sleep. The next morning, Jessica became tired and edgy again. When Mrs O’Connor, the midwife, tried to ring the Palmers’ telephone, it was engaged and she left a message saying that she would probably not have time to visit that day.

    Alarmed, Ben rang her back, telling her that Jessica had had a high temperature and asking her to call by; she said she would try but did not make it. That night Jessica’s temperature went up again to around 38.8 and so on the midwife’s advice, Ben gave her some Panadol.

    On Sunday, she was tired and irritable and when she took a bath that morning she and Ben noticed a red patch on her stomach. The couple’s families arrived with Champagne but Jessica could manage only a sip.

    At midday, when the midwife came she noted that Jessica felt feverish but failed to take her temperature because, as she stated at the inquest, she did not have her thermometer. She had no answer when the coroner queried why she had not asked to use the family’s thermometer.

    By Monday morning, Jessica was suffering from a pain in her lower back and leg. She called her GP’s surgery and the doctor diagnosed sciatica. However, by Tuesday, Jessica was finding it difficult to sit up and was in intense pain.

    She went to her local surgery where the doctor recognised that she was seriously ill and an ambulance was called. Jessica was given oxygen and raced to hospital. As Ben, bewildered, followed behind in his car with his young daughter, he remembers clearly saying to the tail lights of the ambulance with its flashing blue siren: “Don’t leave me, Jessica. Don’t leave me.”

    Jessica was taken to accident and emergency where she was stabilised and moved to intensive care. Her breathing was laboured and doctors told Ben that the antibiotics she had been given were not working as quickly as was hoped.

    He eventually went home to see the children but at 1.30am the hospital called to say that Jessica was on a ventilator and he returned. His wife was already on dialysis, her skin blue and blotchy. When Ben asked if she might die, a nurse told him sadly: “She might well do.” He sat by her bedside, holding her hand, willing her to live.

    In the morning, Ben went home again but received another call – this time asking what religion Jessica was and did he want a chaplain called. Devastated, he returned to the hospital where doctors gently told him that the only possible hope was an operation.

    “I just had to let her have every possible chance – I said yes,” he says, his voice breaking. It was then that he cradled his wife’s head and begged her, once again, not to leave him.

    But it took Ben only one look at the doctor’s face to know that Jessica had not made it through the procedure. He sat with his dead wife, surrounded by photographs of Harry.

    “I knew she couldn’t see them, but it comforted me that they were there,” he says. “I had lost the wife I loved, the perfect companion and mother to my children.”

    Being a mum of four children, this story struck me to the core, and while I appreciate there was a blunder amongst the healthcare professionals who should have been looking after Jessica, and I agree that “mums” are very often overlooked when baby enters the world….I also know that most midwives are restricted by a constant frustration and constraint of time, money and lack of resources in a crippled service….but above all there is a lack of education out there, I was diagnosed as Strep B when I delivered my second baby… next two pregnancies I was the one who pointed this out to the midwifes….(one of which “had heard of Strep B…but never come across it….!!)

    So this very brave dad is trying to raise awareness of childbed fever….and campaigning for the national use of Modified Obstetric Early Warning System (MEOWS) chart.

    Our primary aim is to raise awareness of childbed fever: we would like every parent and every midwife and doctor to know that childbed fever (also called puerperal fever or puerperal sepsis) is still a very real threat to a mother’s life.

    In the same way that every parent knows the danger of Meningitis, we believe that parents should be told about sepsis and childbed fever in ante natal classes and at the point of post natal discharge.”

    Please click on the link below, if you are pregnant or know someone who is pregnant or are a healthcare professional who wishes to know more…..     sign the petition…. It might just save one mummy…


    Carry on the fantastic work you are doing Ben…. you are a complete inspiration….I am sure Jessica proudly looks on.






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    by on Aug.12, 2009, under My thoughts...

    I very rarely watch TV…..and any news I gather is from the Internet….I generally avoid “news” involving the abuse of children…..but yesterday the headlines grabbed me….

    Which is exactly what I would like to do to the “mother” of “Baby P” ………..grab her by the neck and punch her hard in the face

    As for the complete and utter toss ball that called himself “dad”…..I am not religious but I pray that some kind perverted inmate will abuse him!!

    For those of you who are unaware of the story….


    Evil, lazy, “mother” Tracey Connelly chatted online and played online games while her Neo-Nazi boyfriend, Steven Barker (along with their lodger, Barker’s older Brother Jason Owen)  abused and tortured her young son….to death.

    The injuries are too upsetting for me to blog…..and the thought of that little boy suffering makes me feel sick.

    What also upsets me is the fact that the house was visited over 60 times by health care officials….and the day before the young boy died, a doctor was reported to have not examined baby Peter because he was tired and grumpy…..maybe the fact that his spine had been broken had something to do with that!!!!! or months of unspeakable abuse had made him “tired and grumpy” for ****sake!!!!!!

    Social workers and Doctors failed to see injuries because they were covered in chocolate and nappy cream!! The mother was so determined to keep her £450 per month child benefit and other payouts that she kept her pain-obsessed lover and the injuries inflicted on her young son a secret..

     So just another on this list of scum getting financial and other rewards for being lazy, abusing their kids and breaking the law. The judiciary more often than not, offers them leniency. They have created a tranche of social workers, police and other staff, who are lazy, unintelligent and uncaring, concerning themselves more that ‘boxes are ticked and targets met’, than protecting and saving the life of a small, helpless child being systematically tortured by three grown adults. The remaining public sector employees are either overwhelmed, underfunded or punished for speaking out…..this country needs to stop rewarding with benefits the B******s who are quite frankly taking the piss…

    While in a shop the other day I overheard a “mother” talking about her child being on the high risk list….she bragged about “getting Taxis” “babysitting done for free” “extra money”…..****!!!!!! STOP REWARDING THESE SCUM!!!


     Tracey Connelly – you are not a “mum” you are low life….I hope you rot slowly…

    Steven Barker & Jason Owen – words can not express how I feel….I feel no empathy for your state of mind….I hope you get what most of the country wish for you…..


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    Baby Peter….I hope you have found peace, safety, love and a cuddle that will never hurt you, wherever your soul has landed….sleep well little one…x






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    My thoughts….

    by on Aug.12, 2009, under My thoughts...

    These pages are a little space on the net where I can actually vent my anger, pleasure (!), views, opinions…..

    I guess we have all had a time where we have had to “bite our tongue” and not say what we really wanted to say…. seen a news article and just want to express an opinion, or just tell someone….well done

    These are my musings and are not put on here to offend anyone….

    If you have any comments please feel free…..(spammers-go forth and multiply!!….)


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