Or more precisely, the angry rhetoric some people spout makes me giggle. Plus, positive stuff about Halloween.
The last week or so has been a bit hit and miss. I haven’t been eating properly and I’ve been spending.money when I shouldn’t. I haven’t been leaving the house much and when I do I’m always exhausted when I get back.
Pan Macmillan 24th September 2015 ISBN 9781447238324 Furiously Happy is a book about mental illness, but under the surface it’s about embracing joy in fantastic and outrageous ways. And who doesn’t need a bit more of that?
Originally posted on Another angry woman:
Apparently someone gobbed at a journalist yesterday. And a Tory got some egg on him. Oh, and there was a protest where 60,000 people protested the Tory choices which are literally killing people. One would think that that would be the thing to focus on, really, but apparently it’s more…
It’s a dank day here in Lincolnshire; persistent drizzling rain and grey skies that touch the ground in early morning mist. And I am on my way to the cinema to watch The Martian, the book of which I reviewed several months ago; I just hope Matt Damon hasn’t ruined it.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press Publication Date: 15th December 2015
Originally posted on Entering the Unknown:
Because if a lecturer shows interest in me, he must fancy me, but if a lecturer shows interest in my male counter part, he must be intellectual. Because if I wish to acknowledge myself as a sexual being and not hide my sexuality, I am a slut/dirty/a tramp/easy, and…
Originally posted on Wander Woman:
“Gender is a universe and we are all stars.” – Lacey Roop Full disclosure: I am one of the most stereotypically feminine-presenting people you will ever meet. You’ll find me in flowery skirts and winged eyeliner (when I’m not in hiking boots), usually smiling broadly and gushing about one of…
http://godsandradicals.org/2015/10/02/do-we-act-justly-disability-mental-illness-and-vulnerability/ Gods and Radicals is one of my favourite blogs. I thought this blog post was really important to share.
It’s not a great photograph, but this is the view from my window this morning. I’ve been watching the trees slowly change for the last week or so. It astonishes me how quickly it happens.