A change of heart

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And a change of direction There’s no two ways about it the last few weeks have been eventful. The new job I started my part time employment on the Tuesday after the May Day bank holiday…. everyone was lovely and … Continued

Inspiring creative people

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I’m surrounded and it’s great! Yesterday and today has added a few miles onto ROB, my little yellow car, as I’m been up to Exeter today, and yesterday was down near Redruth. Dream Plan Do Cornwall At the beginning of … Continued

Spring is here

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It’s been a long time coming. Sometimes life gets in the way or quite frankly I allow life to get in the way. This is what happened this last month. But this week has been so needed and I knew … Continued

Land’s End

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Last year we booked a 2 night stay at the Land’s End hotel for Valentine (so romantic!) but as we drove down from Lostwithiel I started to feel ill and the nearer we got the worse I got.  I was … Continued

The Midlands

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and The Velvet Trees. This time last week we had been to Dave’s cousins funeral and we had just got back from having a meal with our Lichfield friends Michelle and Kev which was a lovely surprise. The Midlands was … Continued

Saying goodbye

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Yesterday we drove up from Cornwall to the Midlands to attend Dave’s cousins funeral today. I meant to be at the Dream Plan Do Accountability Group meeting at Chacewater near Truro but I was so full of aches and pains … Continued


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….. But I still achieved a lot! There’s a common theme with this last week and that is one of tiredness and an aching body. I have done some work but the rest of the time has been a bit … Continued

Why I do what I do.

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A simple question was sent out by the Dream Plan Do author Patricia van der Akker this morning to all of us that are following the 2019 DPD work book… Why? Why do you do what you do?  Simple – … Continued