Monthly Archives: April 2016

Colour

Whilst I can still find beauty in things made from black and white, the second that there is lots of colour, there is something in me which gets a little bit excited. From the pink flower against the trees, to … Continue reading

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Henry VIII and the English Reformation

Henry VIII was a major catalyst in the spread of Protestantism in the mid 16th century. However when he was young Henry was a fervent Catholic so what caused this change? Henry was given the title ‘Defender of the Faith’ when … Continue reading

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Isolation

Upon reading the title I’m guessing that 90% of first thoughts can be divided into two camps. The first camp probably thought “Oh poor thing, who would ever want to be alone?” But then there is a second camp, those … Continue reading

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Being Included

I think that deep down, at some stage, in each person’s life they will feel a need to be included. Despite being a self-proclaimed introvert who values the time which I can spend alone, there are times when I feel … Continue reading

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Grumbling and Thankfulness

Thankfulness does not come easy to me. This statement might sound like a surprise to those of you who don’t really know me and have just seen my blog posts on what I’m thankful for but I don’t recall ever … Continue reading

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