Forever Falling

The sky slowly darkens as the sun dips behind the clouds, the windows slide from light to grey. Whisps of air stream past, chasing droplets across the glass, helter skelter as the plane starts to descend. Inside the cabin the light changes, melting from the dazzling brilliance of moments ago to the dull artificial glow

Moments of Beauty

“Live quietly in the moment and see the beauty of all before you. The future will take care of itself......” Paramahansa Yogananda, Autobiography of a Yogi I can't recall where I first heard this advice, I know I've not read the book, but it's stuck with me. Part of me wonders if it's always been

Almost there…

It's October, my birthday month. I only mention that as it marks what I guess is something around the halfway point of my life. And, as it approaches, I'm finally realising I've got myself mostly figured out and my life is taking shape. A few years ago I wouldn't have believed you if you described my

Random Thoughts

I love my Apple products. But leaving my laptop charger in a hotel, with an official replacement costing £65, does make me consider cheaper alternatives. Thankfully, the hotel staff found it and are posting it to me. I'm almost 40. I need to make time to get back out jogging again. A few months ago,


Poly Means Many: There are many aspects of polyamory. Each month, the PMM bloggers will write about their views on one of them.  Links to all posts can be found at What is happening with them? Are they having fun? Why am I home alone? What’s the point of having more than one partner

Letting Go

I have a short, quick temper. It can flare quickly but will disappear almost as soon as it arrives. I vent, I moan, I rant, and that seems to get it out of my system, for the main part. Thankfully, or so it seems to me at least, those instances seem to be fewer and