So apparently I have decided to start writing. I’m going to prattle through my daily life, things that rattle in my head, things that make me laugh, cry, scream, things about my boys, living with a zoo keeper, depression, anxiety and all that comes with it.
Adulting is hard, we know this, but having to do proper adulting is something else!! It all started when my darling husband developed man flu after getting drowning wet working on some animal enclosure or something zooie outside in the rain all day. He had a high temperature that night but I didn't take much... Continue Reading →
So I did it, I tried to go back to work. I felt I needed to at least try. I couldn't make any desicions about what may be next until I had tried to return.
I know I shouldn't drink with my medication and I know what it does to me. But will I do it again? probably! Maybe next time I'll read this just before I have my first glass and I will think twice about the 2nd or maybe 3rd.
So the last load of washing pretty much summed up where we are with William. I managed to do a load and dry it in one day. Yay me! But while getting it out of the dryer I had that moment of "I think these still smell like poo" "hmmm I think they'll pass." You... Continue Reading →
I get asked a lot 'so when are you going back to work?' 'Do you want to go back?' 'What are you going to do?'
I really don't mind being an introvert. It is what I am. Although it has taken me a while to get to this realisation.
Hi all, sorry I’ve not written anything for a while. I’ve been on a family holiday abroad. Our first!! I’m currently hiding from my children again. I managed to sneak upstairs with a cup of tea and two custard creams up my sleeve (literally not figuratively) to have a few minutes peace to think about... Continue Reading →
Just had this memory appear on my Facebook news feed and it got me thinking about my life as a zoo wife.
I felt more confident afterwards it was just like riding a bike. I could hear all the old phrases and tricks to help children decode words and improve their intonation coming out.