I suppose I should have been part of the LGBT scene rather longer than I have. I occasionally go to meetups of the Birmingham LGBT Meetup and have met some people I really like. But I never had time to go that often. Their main event is Coffee and Cake on a Saturday afternoon, and on Saturday afternoons I often have other things to do, … Continue reading Being a Proud Baggie
After lunch we returned to our cells and the heavy metal doors banged shut behind is. The hatch opened, and we were aware of eyes watching us as we lay on our bunks. “Everything OK ladies?” said a cheerful voice. “Yes Miss” said Mandy from the top bunk and the hatch closed, leaving us to yet another aimless Sunday afternoon. “Lazy Sunday afternoon” said Mandy … Continue reading Lazy Sunday Afternoon
Those who know me in real life know that I am a total petrol head. I currently drive an Abarth 595 and have raw, unrefined fun in a car that looks oh so cute but, believe me, isn’t. It is the car for the woman I want to be, a bit girly, quite feminine, but a lot scorpion, and even more bitch. I have owned … Continue reading Sharing Our Shit – Eurovision Special
Being chronically disorganised sometimes helps. As so often happens I was late making a doctor’s appointment to get my anti-depressants represcribed. So, for the last few days of April I had to go without. I experienced a few weird days. I drank too much at first as if seeking solace I other ways. I had strange and disturbing dreams, slept during the day , drained … Continue reading 30 Days in April – What Happened?