The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it.
the rubaiyat of omar khayyam – quatrain 60 – 11th century
Grief and love and entwine like roses, and never die. They remain with the old and encompass the new. This is what love is – what it was for us. Life does go on.
Louisa Young, author, from ‘You Left Early: A True Story Of Love And Alcohol’
You know how most people recovering from in-hospital treatment just wanna eat? Not me. “Bling me some clip-on earrings.” Yep, that’s me from my sick-bed.. “Just like the ones above. They’ll make me feel better.” Oscar De La Renta sparklies for £335 on Net-A-Porter. Gods, how much do I love online shopping? Too much when […]More
Hearing the news of her death, it is impossible, today, to get past memories of the great Maya Angelou. Her thoughts, writing, poetry and prose, have so enriched the lives of those in her time and will, I’m sure, continue to do so for all future generations. Hard to say more as I actually feel […]More
I really like this oversize top by Moyuru, £160 from Walkers of Pottergate and it comes in my favourite black too. Problem is I have a ton of tops at the moment so it feels a bit extravagant to get another. Should I, should I not? Deep questions … if you’re plus sized or an […]More