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Eleven Months of Separation

Eleven Months of Separation

How has it been almost a year?! Ric and I said on Sienna’s birthday that we genuinely couldn’t believe it. As far as the first year as a separated/co-parenting couple it’s been a pretty mental one! Navigating our new life and a worldwide pandemic definitely made 2020 a year we will never forget. One thing is clear, our separation was the best decision we have made in a while. 

Eleven Weeks of Separation

Eleven Weeks of Separation

Wow, I can’t believe it’s eleven weeks since we separated. It genuinely feels like so much longer. Life as we know it has pretty much come to a halt with Covid 19 and “lockdown” and that means that “real life” co-parenting and being separated hasn’t really started yet.  So what can I tell you? Well let’s see…

Eleven Days of Separation

Eleven Days of Separation

Written 11th February 2020 I’m going to write this to document our separation however I’m unsure whether it will ever be published. It will depend on how things go and whether Ric is happy with me publishing it. I’m going to write it anyway. In times of stress, I find getting my thoughts out in my writing very helpful.  Let’s start at the beginning… Eleven days ago, on the 1st of February, my husband and I decided that our marriage…

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Lockdown Lessons

Lockdown Lessons

It’s Saturday 4th April and we should be starting the Easter Holidays today. We should be looking forward to two weeks of fun. A surprise trip to Disney On Ice on Easter Sunday included. Instead, we are two weeks into lockdown because of Covid 19.  The kids have already been home from school for two weeks due to the outbreak of Covid 19. We are not sure when they will return. The media is filled with information, not all of…

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Partition at Leeds Playhouse Review

Partition at Leeds Playhouse Review

As an ex drama teacher, I still have a love of theatre and performance so when Blog Up North gives me the opportunity to write a Leeds Playhouse review I snap their hand off! I went to see Partition in November 2018 in the Leeds Playhouse Pop Up Theatre. I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised! In 1947, up to two million people died due to the divide of British India. Until 7:30pm on Wednesday 7th…

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