Archives for posts with tag: therapy

Lunch in the sun on the bench.

I feel really grateful for my therapy today.

Salty salad and pizza on the sofa.

The seedlings have grown enormously. Especially the courgettes.

The busy bird activity outside my window this morning – blackbirds and blue tits all diving into and out of the ivy.

The fox on the path.

Weaving my basket and thinking about my therapy.

The gentle wood smoke smell in my bedroom.

My seeds have started growing at work! The sunflowers and salad leaves. It’s so exciting to see it!

Lying on the soft chairs in the upstairs office reading and watching the birds at lunchtime.

Therapy in person. Epic journey but worth it.

Tackling a hard topic in therapy and being glad I did it.

Deciding to make proper pancakes for dinner.

Seeing Sam’s niece wearing my dragon tail for St David’s Day.

A text from Sarah about a pigeon wearing a hat.

Hot chocolate with pottery.

I did my initial therapy consultation and I feel really happy that I’ve got the process started!

Speaking to Simone on the phone this morning. It cheered me up, even when I thought it wouldn’t.

Achieving things and doing practical things like buying more mouse traps and re-editing the book pitch. Especially as I thought I would do nothing today.

Watching Grayson Perry’s Art Club. What a lovely calming programme. I love his laugh so much. And I love how he and Philippa are together.

Also a really lovely, long WhatsApp conversation with Corinne about things from the last few days.

The Angry Page. Turns out I wasn’t supposed to find out funny but I did.

Spaghetti and pesto.

Vulva dungarees.

Therapy. I felt so much better afterwards. I felt like I had finally been honest. And it was nice to have someone listen.

AJ and The Queen. I know it’s shit but I like it.

Mooncup chats at work with Sarah and Rosamund.

The tiny Clementine section.

An enlightening counselling session about right or wrong.

I felt pretty close to work Jo today. Doing the decorations, the meeting with the parents and discussing Andrew’s behaviour.

Opening the blinds and seeing a beautiful blue sky.

Taking a detour through the park and hearing the birds sing.

A really helpful therapy session. Freezing isn’t a bad thing.

Saw some big leaves.

I don’t have to wait for ages for counseling.

He offered to come with me.