The Power Of Goodbye.

Here in the UK we seem to spend a fair amount of time remembering from Samhain until Remembrance Day/Sunday. We remember our ancestors at Samhain, and as a friend of mine says, “we too are the ancestors, we are becoming ancestors for the future generations.” This gave me pause to reflect a couple of days ago. I wondered what I would be remembered for, what legacy I would leave behind.

I reflected upon choices I have made, some good, some not so good, and some downright awful. But this is life. We make choices and we can’t always know how that choice will play out. We just have to put our faith in the situation and hope we are going the right way.

Closing the door on our past mistakes can feel like the right thing to do, but sometimes we need to evaluate the teachings that past situations have. Sometimes we repeat cycles of learning and unlearning, patterns of behaviour that we feel we may never be free from.

But once we learn and accept what the lesson has been trying to teach us, we are free to move forward and embrace the new chapter that has been waiting patiently for us.

Monday Music. 31/05/21.

Can you believe it’s the last day of May already?!?! Here in the UK it’s a Bank Holiday (Public Holiday) and everywhere is gearing up for summer. The pubs are opening up again – properly, not just beer gardens, shops are opening, businesses are flinging open their doors. The weather is also being good instead of weeping all over us.

This song always reminds me of glorious sunny, carefree days. What better way to welcome better times?


Milestone birthdays deserve recognition. Lockdown birthdays aren’t as much fun as some would have to believe. This week I celebrated my 50th birthday, and my second lockdown birthday.

Madonna sums everything up so beautifully here…


I have to celebrate with my favourite music and this song is one of my all time favourites…..


This week will be a different kind of theme on the blog. Tomorrow I turn 50. So the week will be spent in celebration here on the blog.