Did you know that one of the greatest regrets of people on their death bed is that they lived the life that other people wanted for them. They weren’t true to themselves. They made people pleasing choices. They feared disapproval and rejection. Being yourself – your most glorious, unfettered self – is hard and will […]

Wendy Cope is the greatest

Wendy Cope

I have loved Wendy Cope’s poetry forever. Irreverent, profound and keenly observant, she speaks to my romantic, damaged heart. Here are a couple of her poems for you to check out: After the lunch On Waterloo Bridge, where we said our goodbyes, The weather conditions bring tears to my eyes. I wipe them away with […]