Monthly Archives: October 2010

Halloween Is A Scary Time Of Year!

Day 3 of my ‘Five Day Challenge’ – It always amazes me just how popular Halloween is becoming. Halloween parties are becoming increasingly fashionable, even for the youngest of children. Parent Teacher Associations in our primary schools are organising Halloween … Continue reading

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What’s So Special About Saturdays?

Day 2 of my ‘Five Day Challenge’ – I’ve always liked Saturdays, mainly because it’s the day that follows Friday. The working week finished yesterday and today is the time to relax and do, or not do, all the things that … Continue reading

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Why Do We Bother With Birthdays?

Day 1 of my ‘Five Day Challenge’. Funny things birthdays, depending which one it is, we either spend the year dreading it or are not really aware of it until it is upon us. When you are young you can’t … Continue reading

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What Random Thoughts Shall I Have Tomorrow?

I know that the title of this blog is ‘Random Thoughts’ but just recently my thoughts appear to have been less ‘random’ and more ‘non-existent’. I sat in front of my computer for over an hour yesterday trying to think … Continue reading

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Won’t Read, Can’t Read.

I saw an interesting quote today. I was in a National Trust shop in Wales and the quote was on a bookmark. Nothing unusual in that you might think, but what caught my eye, apart from the actual quote, was … Continue reading

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How Happy Are You?

I was at a very interesting conference last Friday entitled ‘Winning The H Factor – The Secrets of Happy Schools’ led by a great speaker called Alistair Smith. It worked out that I was the happiest person in the whole … Continue reading

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As A man Thinketh

James Allen, a late 19th early 20th century author once wrote, “A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts.” This got me thinking about where do our thoughts come from? For … Continue reading

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