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Tick Tock

Hello and how are you doing today? What's the weather been like in your neck of the woods? I think we can confidently say that summer has finally made way for autumn here in the UK!!! It's sunny, then rainy and then it decides to be windy.

It's been such a while since I posted a blog and so here it is. I want to share one of the bizarre things that became an issue when I was at the height of the domestic violence.

The sound the ticking clock on my bedroom became a source of comfort for me. It seemed like the only constant in life....other than my two beautiful daughters.

Just listening to the ticking of the wall clock meant that I knew there was some hope. Bizarrely, as soon as I decided to clear out my home, the first thing to go in the dustbin was that clock.

I needed to be free in all angles and free indeed I am.

I hope you enjoyed this short post. Check out other post here

Much love
Deborah





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