Today Christine Mosler from Thinly Spread is attending the UN General Assembly in New York. She will be there along with Liz Scarff on behalf of Save the children to help persuade David Cameron to lend his voice and his support to solving the lack of health workers in developing countries.
Whilst it is easy [...]
This week I have felt as if I’ve been bombarded by wall to wall bad things.
The news has been packed with images of rioting, looting and anti-social behaviour. there have been times when I have just stared at the images, incredulous that this is happening here and now.
I’m not going to try [...]
Ok trust me there is a reason there’s a picture of that rather nice bum over there.
And its not just to distract you from the oodles of misery that have been around here recently.
But do please read on.
I’m not sure that I am a woman’s woman.
I’d like to be but [...]
I’ve been tagged by Spud and whilst I’m usually rubbish at doing these things (I tend to forget or get stuck on them and then suddenly it is weeks later) but this is a good one.
More importantly its part of Save the Children’s awareness programme for its No Child Born to Die campaign.
>If I had had a pound for every time I’ve been told over the last year that all Mr Muddling and I need to do is talk then I’d probably be a millionaire. But you see, the trouble with ‘talking’ is that you need both sides to be ready, willing and able to talk. [...]
I had grand ideas for this post – that I’d do a grand retrospective of my year in blogging, that I’d find a way to suitably mark the occaision.
I’m just too tired.
Babygirl is not sleeping well. She’s feeding every other hour throughout the night. If I go to [...]
>Last Mothering Sunday was remarkable because I spent my first ever night in hospital, hooked up to a drip being rehydrated after my hyperemesis got out of hand. And in all the excitement I didn’t even get a card. Which was understandable but given I was I’m hospital because of a pregnancy I thought [...]
I’ve finally got around to watching One Born Every Minute which is a fabulous documentary following the labour ward at Southampton Hospital.
And to be honest watching it makes me INCREDIBLY glad that I had both my births at home.
I didn’t have to deal with receptionists, tick box checks and must dos before [...]
I’ve been so caught up recently in the angst around returning to work, the building work we’re having done and trying to get my to do list done before I’m away from the house during the week that I seem to have been on the go constantly.
But yesterday afternoon, I found myself [...]