I used to bake when kids were small but now, I do minimal baking. My children make most of the cakes and biscuits these days especially our daughter. I always love the finished product and the way it looks. Now both are at university, and I am going down to meet them I will take … Continue reading A piece of cake!!
Full Moon Time and again I hear people say “I am lonely .” My friends mum was here but now she has gone back, inevitably she feels lonely. Our children came over for Diwali but now both are back to their universities. My house feels empty and lonely. Pets, when not around make us feel … Continue reading Loneliness
One of our happy spots. The bridge at night, when there is no wind. Clear reflection deep in the River Tees. It is mesmerising to watch the colours in the dark water. This is one of our favourite walks at night, Infinity Bridge in Stockton certainly captures the imagination in many different ways. It has … Continue reading Infinity Bridge.
Late night drive, when the roads are quiet and car gets warmed up nicely, with Sunrise Radio playing great old-time songs, now then, this is the time for Mc Flurrys Ice Cream. Thank you for these twenty-hour drive throughs that we can get indulgences at the right time. Right time indeed, otherwise we would have … Continue reading Ice Cream.
Do we need a hair care routine? The social media with its influencers have lots of different ways of looking after your hair. I have hair thinning which I put it down to hormones, but I am not sure. When I was a child, my aunty would oil my hair with coconut oil on Saturday … Continue reading Hair care
Being right handed and having my thumb nail broken has been unpleasant to say the least. Past six months I have been noticing that my nail had split longitudinally and the split is working its way further inwards. I was having to cut the nail all the time otherwise hair and the likes would get … Continue reading Nails
An hour away from us is a market town called Harrogate. We tend to go around this time of the year as the whole city is in full bloom. Valley Gardens looks beautiful with its flowers and trees. I do feel proud of my children when they want to be around nature and spend hours … Continue reading Gardens and flowers.
Thirty minutes of Yoga for thirty days of June was the challenge I took up. This was set up by Cancer Research UK (CRUK). There was fund raising goals. I had never done a challenge before. It certainly felt exciting. Too many first is always thrilling, having a fundraising page and keep sharing it along … Continue reading Yoga Challenge
Numbers from today. 'Time to stand', beeps on my watch as I am taking a serious focussed history from a patient. Now how do I get my minute of standing? I quickly make the examination part brought forward in order to get the stand hour complete. I sometimes tell my patient, I really must get … Continue reading Apple numbers
Being a doctor is not easy, never thought it was. Right from the beginning of getting admission to medical school and working my way up to a senior GP has been fun, challenging, hectic and full of uncertainties. That is what has made my life super exciting. Everyday is new, every patient presents with a … Continue reading My doctor path.