Sally Fraser has moved to http://www.sallyfraser.net. New post from the Paris climate protests here http://sallyfraser.net/2015/12/14/12-12-15-red-lines/
“Can I ask what you are going to write darling?” Asks my husband at tea time. “I am going to write my goodbye post on my blog” I say, “Unless you want to do it?”… I have been asking him for a while if he wants to do a guest post here. He has had […]
My mum is reading our copy of New Internationalist. She is all fired up. She says she didn’t know there were so many things going on that she didn’t know about. Then she is excited because she reads about the Paris climate summit, and realsies that is why I have asked her to babysit for […]
Well, I have got a part time job. This is excellent news on a number of levels. It means I have finally fulfilled at least one of my new years resolutions, in terms of just being paid to do something, when I have failed in all the others, except possibly using the C word a lot […]
Goodness, its National Poetry day again. This means I had the rather pleasant to-do list today of: Meet Kimathy Harvest chard Make something out of chard Write poem. Actually, I don’t think you are supposed to write a poem on National Poetry day, you are just supposed to share your favourite poem. My favourite poem is […]
I had been dreading today, feeling bleak. I was going to give an in depth analysis of this facebook post from one year ago, a big wallow in how various patriarchs had thwarted hopes in the referendum and my belief in my campaign and myself. There was going to be quotes from Les Mis about tigers with […]
Once upon a time, in a far-away, far-away kingdom, in a magical garden hidden away in the corner of an enchanted forest, lived a fairy princess.