All that time he was working away, he really would have rather been at home more.
I would do pretty much anything to preserve my children’s happiness.
Getting a puppy was one of the best decisions I ever made.
|Natalie Portman in Teen Vogue|
I can feed our family of four, good square meals that don’t cost much, with enough careful planning and clever shopping.
My hair is really going grey and I really don’t like it.
The pangs I get when I miss my oldest and dearest friends are common to us all; life got busy and we got less time together. It’s a sad fact.
I do care what others think of me.
It’s OK that I spend a lot of time thinking about my outfits.
That time I first felt a wave of pain in my jaw, I so should have seen a Physiotherapist and not a dentist. Or a doctor. Or a consultant.
A strong marriage is one where you are not both competing to be the one working the hardest. It’s not a contest.
I have too heavy a reliance on earl grey tea.
There is only so much housework I can do; there is more to life than laundry.
I heart the 1980’s in the way my parents hearted the 1960’s.
In most matters, what goes around comes around.
Good writing still has the capacity to take my breath away; just like it did when I was 13 and started studying literature.
It really was a mistake to get rid of that fur-collared, wool coat I had at University. Same goes for that perfect pleated skirt that formed my burgeoning ‘work wardrobe’. Not to mention that vintage red Mulberry clutch. Ditto those perfectly faded Levi 501s.