‘Light at the end of the polytunnel’ Being Uncoupled, a beginner’s guide. Dear reader, if you’re looking for a book on ‘How to grow successfully’ or ‘All about polytunnels’, this isn’t it. What is it then? You might well ask. Maybe I’ll start by introducing myself. Mother, failed wife, Drama teacher , now retired after … Continue reading Light at the end of the Polytunnel
Empty- nester, Day One. So, we have now come to the empty nest syndrome experience. I will keep you updated on my daily findings. Last night as I drove away ( then got lost immediately and ended up going past the door he’d just gone in to) I felt ( obviously) a sense of ‘Blimey. … Continue reading Empty Nester. Day One.
The parable of the poly tunnel. Once there was a Patch lady with a rather slapdash construction of a poly tunnel which had said ‘Meh’ to the advice about digging a trench and making sure it was dug in and weighted down. And lo the winter winds came and blew and the poly t. was … Continue reading The parable of the poly tunnel
The great Nye Bevan’s vision must endure, as a base line. We’ve all seen what happens in the USA if someone has not got ‘insurance cover’; they are turfed out in their hospital gown to wander the streets, or refused care, or both. My pal in USA was charged $1000 per stitch. Many face bankruptcy, … Continue reading Physician cure thyself: an all new solution for the NHS