|Fantastic friends help bring joy to life|
Except it isn't. Life is full of little snags and I just don't understand why it is these morsels of injustice that infuriate me so.
For example a local road to me, used by 8000 vehicles a day is to be blocked, closed, by the neighbouring council. Why? Said neighbour has been promised funds from major infrastructure projects that need the adjacent land and the road closed. Nearby roads are jammed at rush hour but they are sure an extra 8000 cars, vans and HGVs will make little difference. Why should local people have to suffer for a greater good? Why couldn't a reasonable compromise of new relief roads etc be offered instead it has to be demanded and rioted for? Why is it unfair that those with money get what they want?
Don’t set yourself on fire to keep others warm.
|Cats have such an easy life but they|
overflow with love and empathy
Prince Harry was 12 when his mother suddenly died. I was 13 when my alcoholic mother died. Loosing a mother is a horrible impact on every child no matter the circumstance and it is completely reasonable for said child to suffer and need support and help.
Prince Harry said he had not discussed his mother's death until three years ago. "I really regret not talking about it," he said. "For the first 28 years of my life, I never talked about it."
|Star Trek tickets 4 and 5! w/ @Blue_Smudge|
When you compare how far I have come in 7 months, and how far you have come, you see that some months is a uphill struggle but every step is progress - even if it feels like you've been going in circles. Every day is getting there. As Coldplay said in Up & Up: "Don't Ever Give Up".
Easier said than done. I know. I've felt it too
"If you suffer from mental health problems, there's too often not enough help to hand. " - RT Hon Theresa May PM
Watched "We'll Always Have Paris" on @NetflixUK to which @Blue_Smudge said "We'll Always Have Slough"— Matt Streuli (@mattstreuli) July 25, 2016
Just not the same... #startrek #tng