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Here’s your Wednesday story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. Failing Forward “You can never learn less, you can only learn more. The reason I know so much is because I have made so many mistakes” ~ Buckminster Fuller – Mathematician and […]Read more
I love stories! My Dad used to be a brilliant storyteller making up endless stories for me to fall happily asleep to last thing at night. He also used to tell my children “true lies” as he had run out of true stories about growing up […]Read more
Here is today’s story from my never ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil ! The cocoon, the butterfly and leaving well alone……….coping strategies A woman was in the habit of taking her dog for a walk twice a day in her local park. She noticed a cocoon […]Read more
Today’s story from my never ending notebook and everlasting pencil is called The Princess and the Crown “There was once a beautiful and powerful princess whose every whim and desire was immediately satisfied by a legion of attentive servants. One starlit night the princess was reclining in […]Read more
Here’s today’s story from my never-ending notebook and everlasting coloured pencil. The Hat Trick The speaker had arrived at the village hall to give a talk that people had eagerly awaited for many weeks. The talk was on a particular contentious issue that touched on the lives […]Read more