The Rig – my recomendations

Siting at home sick as a dog and too unwell to write has it’s perks. I finally gave myself time and permission to catch up with movies I wanted to watch  but put on hold because of more important things. Yesterday we binged on The Rig, British or I should say Scottish TV series aboutContinue reading “The Rig – my recomendations”

Things went not as I expected

When your expectation and reality spectacularly collide – I think I learned my lesson. We, or rather I, have high expectations from the Winter Dragon release. Sometimes you feel the book is fantastic, and you wait for everyone else to appreciate your ‘baby’. The problem is no matter how great the book is, without goodContinue reading “Things went not as I expected”

You are such a good girl.

I just came back from work and I’m trying to rub two brain cells together to scramble and make a post for Sunday. It was a difficult day. We were heavily understaffed and patients came in such numbers we it was a Black Friday sale in ED. Still despite my registrar calling in sick, IContinue reading “You are such a good girl.”

One wet nipple 🤣

I have no idea what get into us to go to the town in the very rainy Saturday morning. The rain wasn’t just falling, it was pouring but when you live in Cornwall you know this won’t discourage people from going shopping. While we were strolling between other soggy looking people Mark got the ideaContinue reading “One wet nipple 🤣”

Celebrating Movember with humor – Mark’s take on man’s health

With a birthday coming up this week, my body decided now would be a good time to tell me that I need to stop pretending I’m twenty one. How? You might ask. Well, as a fairly active man I have a reasonably fit body and a little dad bod tummy that I’m sneakily proud of,Continue reading “Celebrating Movember with humor – Mark’s take on man’s health”

When bully meet the crowd

Last Monday was one of the more entertaining days I had in last three months. It started simply we went shopping, mainly to return an Amazon item I ordered by mistake but also to get me off the computer and writing because Mark claim I’m getting like a hobgoblin all crunched up and typing withContinue reading “When bully meet the crowd”

Mark and the hand grenade

The morning to remember. We had a very productive day yesterday. Mark edited 3 chapters, I wrote a lot, and we did some silly stuff and promo up till late. That rendered us exhausted, and safe to say the night was a modern version of sleeping in the separate bedrooms titled “keep to your sideContinue reading “Mark and the hand grenade”

How to get banned in 3…2…1

Today is the funny one. Let me tell you the story of how I get banned from one of the book groups. To give you the context. I find inspirational quotes and uplifting memes insufferable. They are well intended but silly at best and patronising at least, not to mention the quality and most ofContinue reading “How to get banned in 3…2…1”

The art. Of suturing.

 We all face the embarrassing moment every now and again. Not so long ago was my turn, and I didn’t even do anything stupid. Just tried to help one of my co-workers. The consultant’s job has little to do with moving patients on the bed or making the bed. Still, I have never worn aContinue reading “The art. Of suturing.”

Raging dad, and drama llama daughter

Yup, you guessed it right; we had a small teenager catastrophe in the house yesterday. Mark’s normally pleasant and well-behaved daughter decided Friday was a day to become a full-blown teenager and go wild. Let me tell you about it. We were excited to have “an adult long weekend”, one of the rarest occasions whenContinue reading “Raging dad, and drama llama daughter”

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