Monthly Archives: May 2011

Ode to Central Park

I haven’t got much time to post today but before I head off to Connecticut for my dear friend’s wedding, I wanted to write about how much I love Central Park. Now, that probably isn’t a very original thing to … Continue reading

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Girls just want to have fun

We didn’t get to do the Cyndi Lauper hit ‘Girls Just Want To Have Fun’ but we did sing our hearts out to Gloria Gaynor’s ‘I Will Survive’ and also did an appalling rendition of BeyoncĂ©’s ‘Single Ladies (Put A … Continue reading

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Babies, bodies and the Big Apple

So I’m sitting on a friend’s balcony in Manhattan overlooking Central Park. And blogging. This is fun! I finally get to imagine myself as Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City. Ok, so I may not have written about sex … Continue reading

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Postscript

I felt the need to write a short addendum to my earlier post ‘The baby conundrum‘. As I took a ride on my scooter and reflected on what I wrote, I realised I’d used the phrase ‘the right guy’ far … Continue reading

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The baby conundrum

So I caught up with an episode of BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs yesterday. I have to say I don’t normally listen to it but I wish I did. It seems like a thoroughly pleasant way to spend a … Continue reading

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Hysterical? Could be historical

I love the phrase ‘If it’s hysterical, it’s historical’. I’ve heard it a few times over the years but I heard it again recently and it was very timely. The idea behind it is that if our reaction to an … Continue reading

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Learning to trust

Why is it so hard to trust ourselves? Or maybe I should just speak for myself here. Maybe the rest of my readers have cracked this one already. If you have, I’d love to hear from you! I’m guessing some … Continue reading

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