Half My Plate

Today https://lindaghill.com/2022/11/25/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-nov-26-2022/ and her prompt is on my plate. I have gone back to Slimming World, as I was steadily putting on weight, and needed to think about what I put on my plate. Surprisingly, I convinced my husband to join me. He has steadily been eating the wrong thing for a long time andContinue reading “Half My Plate”

First Hair Cut

Written for https://lindaghill.com/2022/10/21/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-oct-22-2022/ ‘Mum, I don’t want you to cut my hair,’ Shelly said ‘It’s just your fringe, besides it is getting into your eyes.’ ‘They call me bowl cut head at school, and you always cut it way too short. It takes ages to grow out. Please mum, I’ve got some money saved, andContinue reading “First Hair Cut”

To Infinity and Back

For https://lindaghill.com/author/lindaghill/ stream of consciousness is ring, and it got me to thinking the origin of wearing a ring to symbolise marriage. Through research I have learnt that before medical science it was believed that there was a direct vein called vena amoris (vein of love) that went straight to the heart to show anContinue reading “To Infinity and Back”


Written for https://fivedotoh.com/2023/02/24/fandangos-flashback-friday-february-24th/ Not quite February, but this appeared when I typed it in. https://lindaghill.com/author/lindaghill/ Stream of Consciousness is silent letters. In the English language we are full of them. A knife, you know, and our palms are numb. There are many rules when writing, and yet it is something I know, rather than somethingContinue reading “Silent”

A New Start

For her steam of consciousness, https://lindaghill.com/author/lindaghill/ is wallpaper. ‘That wallpaper will have to go,’ Simon said. Bright stripes, with glaring colours, and it looked like the front room hadn’t been decorated since the seventies. Dana remembered her own parent’s house, and she was pretty sure it was the same one. ‘At least it matches theContinue reading “A New Start”