Monday, 15 February 2016

Time you realised… you’re far from perfect

DON'T BE A LIAR...BE HONEST


Isn’t it funny how the only people who want you to let an injustice go are the people who stand to lose the most from the truth. Sadly, I’ve come to the conclusion they are born liars with very little or no integrity. Rather than admit they are like us – mistakes are NORMAL – they would rather spin a web of lies and catch innocent people up in it. The trouble is once you start down that road, it is hard to then do the decent thing and admit you lied. I can’t abide calculated liars.  Let’s face it, none of us are perfect, that’s what make the human race so interesting. We ALL make mistakes. Lying is a coward’s way out. I have no respect or time for any adult that cannot admit when they are wrong. Truth and integrity is everything. Ultimately, the truth will prevail and then more lies will have to follow to dig yourself out of the almighty hole you have slumped into. The thing is…I’m made of really strong stuff and I won’t let any self-centred narcissist get away with lies and why should I? Why should any of us?  #JFT96

Apologies for going AWOL this last couple of weeks but I’m just emerging from the worst ever attack of Meniere’s. Even after ten years, I was not prepared for it to take a further turn like it has recently. Now, I’m getting back to my normal! 

Massive congratulations to my fellow Liverpool FC fans. It is amazing what you can achieve when you stand together and don’t just accept what corporate bullies want to enforce on you. Power to the people!! We shouldn’t have to accept what is unfair and unjust. Obviously, this UK Government and corporate organisations believe they can get away with anything. Jeremy Hunt proved that with his pathetic handling of the Junior Doctors farce. You can’t impose new contracts on people and he knows that. I am 100% behind anyone that wishes to stand up to bullies and 100% behind anyone that wishes to fight for their rights and principles.We can make a difference if we work together.

Sport


We are back in the thick of it. Sheffield Eagle’s Reserves season kicks off on Mother’s Day and I can’t think of a better way to spend my day than supporting my baby boy, who will be by then a fully-fledged adult by the time the season starts. How old does that make me feel? Very, very old. How proud am I? Super proud. He has turned into quite a formidable adult who will not follow the crowd and just accept what he is being told. He has a voice and is not afraid to stand alone if it is the right thing to do. 

Lucas has struggled for the last six months, as he has for the last nine
years, with winter colds, viruses and anything that is going around at school. Come March, he’ll suddenly change and will go through summer with next to nothing. ROLL ON MARCH. In spite of this he plays football and this year will be his first full year at cricket. I’m looking forward to a chilled afternoon at cricket matches.

On Friday, Wes and I went to the Sheffield Eagles first home game at the training ground at Sheffield Hallam University. Congratulations to the staff at the venue and the club. It was a great night. The atmosphere was brilliant and a triumph. I love that my son wants me there. That means everything.

Writing

Beyond the Past



Have you had the chance to read it yet? 

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The biggest project by far has been the sequel, Beyond the Lies. I haven’t butchered it, I’ve murdered it and re-written it. I learned from my first book, to trust my gut instinct and I have this time. I don’t mind admitting, I’m loving the new version and I’m almost finished!! You will hear my CHEER – worldwide - when I put those fabulous words on the manuscript – yes you got it, THE END.

In between vertigo attacks I have managed to formulate some new story ideas and work on The Nanny. It’s tough but I wouldn’t change it for the world – well maybe for some cash coming in! BUT I’m not greedy.

I’m also working on a blog about socialism. I don’t understand why it is such a dirty word. Watch out for my take on it… Last week really did take the wind from my sails and knock my confidence. It takes time to build back up again from each attack. Please bear with me…

Please be kind to yourself - nobody is perfect and once you realise the mistakes you make are part of living life, you will have a greater inner peace and move forward with so much more positivity. I learned this the hard way...trust me.

Have a fabulous week 


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