Ann talks to the students about Xmas.
Yet often, family ties are more fraught this time of year, where there’ll be no mid trifle banter to speak of at all. Empty seats at the table. This is where there the humour dries up, and questions must be asked. Why?
What I loved about her most was her ability to see the absurd. The pointlessness of the whole big ball of wax. When one can’t comprehend a thing….one should always laugh at it.
The sharp transition of summer’s heat and evening stretches to this cold climate can be hard to swallow for many of us. This where SAD sets in.
This one put a smile on all our faces….
Trans people frequently have their identity called into question in the name of biology.
So our roving reporter Ann Maples went all philosophical this week…..
I have suffered from memory loss for as long as I can remember.
On plenty street corners and establishments, you will encounter a charity campaigner, but many know them under a different name – chuggers.
The statue was so big that ships used it for navigation. Much of the monument remains shrouded in mystery, as it was destroyed in an earthquake in 226 B.C when the Colossus broke at the knees, the top portion falling to the ground.
Our roving reporter Anne Maples talks to you, the students, about the most important meal of the day.
In this post I explore the image of the tortured genius – talented individuals plagued by self doubt and inner torment. You can see my previous ”Interview With An Alcoholic’
Early July 2013. Late at night, I wander to bed, nothing major mounting on my mind. In dimmed light, book in hand, I set about escaping to Galway to follow the tale of two orphaned children, Flight Of The Doves. Great book.Rock n roll….. of all the things to trigger a full-blown panic attack, a fucking novel does me in.
”Does he/she take sugar?’. A simple question that captures the frustrations of the disabled. It makes reference to the third person, when in fact the he or she in question is present and capable of speaking for themselves.