The edited highlights

If you only need to know one thing about me I guess it’s that I suffer from recurring episodes of depression, that I sometimes hurt myself and that I have a complex relationship with food  (okay, I confess that’s technically three things).

There are all kinds of other things that I could tell you about myself but here are the most important ones:

  • I’m a thirty-something lady person of the female persuasion
  • I live in Fleet which is famed for having a massive pond and a motorway service station
  • I’m not very tall
  • I’m a big fan of tidying up
  • I write a lot of lists*
  • I overuse parenthesis when I write so I have to use * quite a lot too**
  • I love jelly tots, and penguins, and Frank Turner, and TS Eliot, and the Rock and Roll music
  • I hate intolerance, and unmade beds, and feet, and windy weather

* Sometimes it gets out of hand and I have to write a list of the lists I need to write

** I borrowed this from a friend and one time blogger, but I can’t credit him because it would be a bit weird***

*** It’s a long story



  1. Thanks to Larkrise To Candleford, you have a voice in my head, or is that another alter? I must laugh to keep from crying. I think I am going to really enjoy your blog! ~Hope

  2. Howdy, I came across your site and this page made me smile (I’m glad i’m not the only one scared of moths!).
    I recognised your blog title from techniques i’m using for my own journey through depression in trying to eat my own elephant, so was immediately intrigued :-).

    1. Welcome!

      Good luck with all this eating an elephant lark. I’m sure you know that there’s only one way to do it and that’s bite by bite 🙂

  3. ‘Sometimes it gets out of hand and I have to write a list of the lists I need to write’ Oh God, yes!

    I think I like writing the lists more than doing the stuff on the lists. I have special ‘list’ paper and coloured pens. List writing is a serious business ya know!

    Love the intro 🙂

  4. Would you allow another geek to point at that K-u-T was in Surrey until 1963, when London got bigger suddenly. The Post Office hasn’t caught up yet, and now it never will, hence you lot still don’t have London postcode! PS. thanks for the follow…

  5. Pleased to meet you and I also like lists esp. when I have to get something accomplished, then at least I’ll have written a list.

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