Welcome home

Adding a dash of ‘extra’ to
my less than ‘ordinary’ life.

Addicted to life and it’s emotions.
Chasing my passion not my pension.
Passionate about everything that ignites my soul.
My only best friend and enemy is me.
I bring the spice to my own yard.

How writing became an addiction

I started writing thoughts, poetry, about my travels and life in general the old fashioned way, with pen and paper, 2 days before 9/11.  My first writing book was a notebook with Salvador Dali‘s “Melting clocks” on the cover.  Thus my inspiration to use the picture on my blog.  Every time I write, time is not a factor, clocks melt.  I also like to think that I went into a store and bought me some time.

A bit more about me

Doing things differently just to make the mundane seem more interesting is what I’m known to do.  I don’t want to stand out and be different to be noticed, I just want to keep things spiced up so I can stay in love with my life.  Being positive and surrounding myself with positive people is a constant in my life.  I have a brilliant little human being in my life that has opened my eyes to world and appreciate everything around me instead of taking it for granted.  That little human being is my daughter, Cameron Drew.  My nickname for her is Cameroni Macaroni.  She holds such a special place in my heart not because she is my daughter, but because she is a free spirit with a personality and sense of humour that outshines many people my age.

My music addiction

My first boyfriend introduced me to the world that is music in 1994.  A day without music is like a day without sunshine, food and water.  I have a music collection that I’m very proud of  which consists of all genres, from classical to dance to pop to rock to indie to metal.  Why stick with one genre and limit your emotions from experience the ecstasy that is music.  Every musician puts their heart and soul into their music and that piece of soul that is in their music finds a new home in my heart and life.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.

Hope I can get you addicted too.


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12 thoughts on “Welcome home

  1. I simply want to tell you that I’m all new to blogs and seriously savored your blog. Almost certainly I’m going to bookmark your site . You amazingly come with incredible article content. Thanks for sharing with us your blog site.

  2. Hellow my name is June and I’m a blogger and this website really helped me. I’m refocused! Thanks very much!

  3. Hello
    I apologise for my late reply. Life caught up with me. But listened to a lot of music during that time. I love all music. I have a very large collection and listen to all of it as often as I can, music of every genre. For this post particularly, I was listening to those songs and they inspired me to write thus gave them credit.
    Have a great day

  4. I love what you wrote of music – why stick with one genre? I love them all (with a very few exceptions, I guess).
    Great design for the blog, by the way.

  5. Apologies for late reply. Thank you so much. I love London and the way they still embrace their heritage no matter how many exPats live there vs real Londoners.

  6. Nice blog!! keep up the nice style, it’s nice to see writer’s like you these days. Most people can’t write for crap loL! anyways take care cya around

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