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The Hairy Housewife
I'm married and have autism and epilepsy, which I write about a lot. I keep tarantulas because I don't like cats, and I love to read.
I'm supremely accident prone and like to take photographs of my bruises for posterity. My best friends that aren't human or tarantula are socks, cocoa and Doctor Who.
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
The North Wind doth blow And we shall have snow And what shall the Robin do then, poor thing? He’ll sleep in a barn To keep himself warm And hide his head under his wing Well actually we’re getting … Continue reading
I am never awake at this time of the morning. Well, not usually. Sometimes I simply wake for no good reason and can’t get back to sleep again. I’ll get back on that subject in a moment. Firstly I wanted … Continue reading
My delightful friend Feisty Tapas has written a blog post about being the wife of a geek. I’ve taken this idea and turned it on its head a little: what if you’re the husband of a geek? I’m going to … Continue reading
Originally posted on Senior Grumpy's Verbal Cacophony:
I hope I have my facts straight for this episode. I know I can be all over the place if I allow my emotions to get the better of me. This was…
Five years ago today I was watching the clock whilst waiting for my friend Jude to arrive from Brentford for the weekend, never even thinking that I’d find myself becoming D’s fiancee that night. In all honesty I don’t think … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Wilderness Alternative:
The email i received from Krys was reading : “I was processing and uploading your pics when I arrived at your mystery bird. Rather worryingly, it looks rather like the long lost Sillem’s Mountain…
Because I’ve had a busy week, have run out of semi-intelligent things to say and this video and accompanying music is beautiful. Well, it is if you’re a Doctor Who fan anyway.
Originally posted on Paula Acton:
A slight departure from the normal today “It’s never an insult to be called what somebody thinks is a bad name. It just shows you how poor that person is, it doesn’t hurt you.” ―…