Comment on New Year… same you. by Bensy.
Thanks and hugs and best wishes Fluffy and Junket for your life lessons, life coaching and great challenges in 2015.
Wishing you happiness, challenges, exhilaration and recognition for your goodness, hard work, wisdom and most of all, your kindness and caring.
I think everyone who enjoys your blog and your company appreciates your qualities and quality.
Your followers/blogger buddies are great fun, too. Smart company!
It’s hard to believe we have lived sixteen years in this century. Wishing you a sweet NYE and a fully-lived and bubbly 2016.🏃🌉👍🍸🍹🍷💪👠✈😉
Recent Comments by Bensy
Social Media or White Noise?
U was chatting with a happy, kind, intelligent woman yesterday over afternoon tea.
This very interesting person admitted that she has zero social media participation because she wants to live life, help her friends and not get sucked into obsessing over boasts and BS.
Happy to stick to in person social networks, which she does magnificently, including visiting a really lovely old teacher and her ex neighbour who is 98 (we were there to visit her too and we have met this neighbour most times we visit).
The 5 bullshit myths of solo parenting.
Yep, you deserve both rations of parent drinks, Junket!
As soon as I read your headline, I knew it. 😂💪🍸
Totally agree with both you Junket and Kez.
My care / empathy is dog-gooone once I’m in the sleep-dep danger zone.
I’ve developed resilience through hardcore regular exercise and pharma-strength coffee.
So I’m good to go to battle.
Til I’m too bloody tired to care!
Making time for Valentine’s Day
May both you: Junket, and Fluffy, feel like bubbles in your champagne: treated with care and respect and rising to the top at special times, enjoying the moment. 👍🍸💐🐝
The lost narrative of women
Fluffy, watch Brooklyn.
Men Mars & Mark alliteration aside,
I believe it is absolutely essential for talented women to write their stories, share it with other women, mentor bright and energetic younger women and generally do stuff in their own terms.
What abuout Sigourney Weaver’s Aliens character?
It is totally possible to make celluloid heroes/heroines who are female and funny and courageous.. Usually it requires a successful book or short story.. Then the guts and determination of the producer to get it through a studio.
My tip will be some biopics on Angela Merkel. Not spacy but maybe Spacey…