Opportunity from Adversity

Over summer, I have had a lot to think about.  Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease has triggered me into re-evaluating my career path.  I started training in Counselling and Psychotherapy way back in 2002 and this career has far exceeded my hopes and aspirations, in so many ways; something I try to pass on to those Counsellors and Psychotherapists who […]

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Pater

What was that? I asked myself I asked when he had gone A life so big and mighty Wow!  Astonishing things he’d done From by The River, whence he came And The Green at which he grew Playing tuba with the Saintly bands Big dreams ran through and through He discovered a new Brotherhood Of shadows and blood war […]

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One Up

Thief Energy stealer Climate control redundant Connections burning on fire The Bear squeezes the cage Like a punch in the senses Pebbles that blight each bold new progression From deep within lurk intent rodents that gnaw Lightening shocks and fires the signal of impending assault The mighty system twitches the rhythm of the faceless mask The Beast in possession of the […]

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Kangaroo Hops

The idea of it, filled me with excitement.  “Yes, I’m serious, mate” he added.  “I can Supervise trainees and so this is no different.  I guess I should run it by my Boss, but I know you’ll do just fine.  I trust you and I know you’ll be okay”.  I wondered whether this meant he might […]

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Idols of the Manor

I fully expected that I would have to take off my boots.  As we did so, taking the lead from our friends, my Partner and I managed to cram our boots into the small racks that had been set up outside the entrance to the Manor.  I felt sure that I would not find my […]

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Mexico Part 4: Jill and the Pyramid

It was time for me to depart from the coach and say my farewells to Olive and Blossom. They said that they would be visiting the mighty Pyramid at Chichen Itza the next day and that we may well bump into each other again and I hoped that we would meet again, for these two […]

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Stunts and Submarines

I remember feeling excited.  What little boy doesn’t like going to the office with his Dad and getting the chance to see where his Dad works?  Well, I was no different.  It was all very exciting yet, as we approached the gated entrance, everything looked austere, official and rather foreboding, to me.   My Dad has […]

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