These are the symptoms and signs of Dyslexia as described by The British Dyslexia Association Frequently late - occasionally missing important…
So I thought it would be a bit of fun now that my Out of Your Head and Onto The Page…
Now I am not sure how much thought was put into my list (I cannot remember, thank you perimenopause), but the first thing that stuck me, which I am sure you will question also, is that I only managed to think of eighteen things to put on my list
All new subscribers to my blog by the end of Sunday 19th April will be given one of the all new and sparkly stories from my new book Laughing at Myself
Being the fabulous daughter in law that I obviously am, what else would I do when mum in law needed to get to a check-up before her cataracts operation but offer to drive her to the hospital?
How I have kept going I don't know, luckily I have inherited my Dad's ability to compartmentalise, and my Mum's ability to say 'b******s to it' when things get too much.
Here's a sneak peek of Catarracts Toilet from my second Laughing at Myself, which is (I promise) on it's way...
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Have you ever wondered what is the best job title in the world? (besides body oil application assistant to Tom Hardy). Did you know that you could be a ‘Cheesecake Creator’ – me either, until I met Chetal Patel from Sopwell Pantry. Best job in the world, Chetal Patel your new best friend
It was great to get a kick in the proverbial creative pants recently from the powerhouse of energy that is Jodie, from Business Allotment. As my regular readers will know there have been many posts about how good I am at procrastinating, and a lot of talk about the various things I am doing that don’t include getting my next book to my editor