Sunday, November 11, 2012

Anti-Bullying Northern Ireland Campaign



The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) 


our_vision.jpg The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) has a membership of over twenty regional statutory and voluntary organisations all acting together to end bullying of children and young people.  It is hosted by the National Children's Bureau NI.
NIABF defines bullying as the repeated use of power by one or more persons intentionally to hurt, harm or adversely affect the rights and needs of another or others.
You can act together to end bullying by giving it to someone you think needs to know about this website. 
http://niabf.org.uk


 

Sunday, November 04, 2012

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Psycoanalystical Mutterings


  1. Throne ::series filmed in Nothern Ireland - Game of Thrones
  2. Adorable ::kittens
  3. Corner ::Shop
  4. Others ::different, acceptance
  5. Chilling ::cold, scary, hanging out
  6. Spied ::saw
  7. Limitless :: joy
  8. Passion ::of Christ
  9. Hugely ::...........................
  10. Devious ::plan
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Monday, July 30, 2012

Back Pain

I winder what causes back spasm. People are telling me its my body adjusting to exercise - I did the exercise on Tuesday and got he spasm and pain Saturday - that explanation does  not make sense to me.
Use the electric blanket to help withe pain at night and just taken paracetemol. Done some stretches and yoga type exercise now I think I will give this self reflexology a go........

How to Relieve Back Pain Through Reflexology: 5 steps

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Muttering Unconciously

I say ... and you think ... ?
  1. Vision :: the big picture, 20/20
  2. Throne :: room, Game of Thrones
  3. Streaming :: live, Shine FM radio
  4. Framed :: for a crime, hanging picture
  5. Unrealistic :: most dreams
  6. Insecure :: Pride
  7. Traffic :: lights, camera, robots
  8. Punch :: and Judy, bowl
  9. Pile :: poop
  10. Movie :: ......
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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Contemplation

I have wondered for a while why keep this blog online despite have written anything really meaning for a long time.
Its a part of me that I don't want to let go. Like the box of letters or keepsakes  you move with. Each time you move you go through the box, you laugh, you cry and you just can't let go. You think maybe there will be something in hear you might need if ever write your own memoirs or you might want to pass on to your child or even to historians. Its a time capsule. Even though you have not added much more you just might need to sometime in the future........

Sunday, May 06, 2012

Unconscious Mutterings

I say ... and you think ... ?
  1. Owner :: Boss
  2. Impressive :: admire
  3. Compute ::  calculate
  4. Choked :: smoke
  5. Sarcastic :: uncalled for
  6. Wink :: mischievous
  7. Sheer :: silk, material
  8. Technical :: complicated
  9. Laundry :: endless
  10. Word game :: fun
meme from : http://subliminal.lunanina.com/

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Welcome To The Queen's Meme

Welcome To The Queen's Meme
7 Royal Questions on Tuesday

Procrastination: The art of putting things off. I call it an "art" because it rears its ugly head in my life on a daily basis. Did you notice that I am writing this meme at 7:50 PM??? I rest my case.

1. Have you ever procrastinated about something that had life or death consequences?

Does losing weight and not exercising count? Then the answer is says.

2. What is the biggest area of procrastination in your life?

Cleaning the house.

3. If you are not a procrastinator, can you give advice to the rest of us who are?

......N/A........

4. Can you think of a time when you wish you had procrastinated and NEVER done what you were waiting so long to do?

Yes - inviting friends overs.

5. What are you procrastinating about right now?

Doing the ironing and clearing the kitchen table.

6. Is it really ever too late to turn back now?

No

7. What is the cure for your wicked lazy ways?

If I knew I would not be filling this in LOL

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Friday, March 09, 2012

Mum's Biography

Written by Jeandre' Coetser

Simone Allison Coetser (nee' Le- Fleur) was born on 17th October 1975 in Durban, South Africa. She was classified as a Coloured meaning she was of mixed race. Simone was brought up as a Seventh Day Adventist and this had a great influence on her culture and principals. As a child she was friendly , happy and outgoing. She loved going to school and her favourite subjects were mathematics and history.


In primary school Simone pretended that she was not scare of frogs and crabs. The boys in her school like to scare girls with them. Simone was scare of being pinched by the crabs but did not think that the frogs were too scary. She realised that if she acted brave by carrying the crab the boys would leave her alone. Now she is not scared of frogs and crabs. Simone faces fears and challenges instead of running away from them.

Simone has lived in number of places. In South Africa she lived in the following towns: Durban, Johannesburg, Nelspruit, Pietermaritzburg, Port Sheptone, Heildeberg and Helderberg. In the USA she live din Connecticut for a month and in New Jersey for eleven months. She is currently living in Banbridge, Northern Ireland.

As a teenager Simone worked part-time in a factory and as a babysitter. She has also done a few different types of work including being a secretary, Au Pair, education officer, administrator, tutor, mentor and a teacher.

Many people say that Simone is interesting, open-minded, friendly, creative, great organiser, inspiring, caring, faithful, passionate, extrovert, helpful, good public speaker, team player, self-motivated, confident and displays exceptional leadership.

One of the special things that Simone has done was carrying a special torch (in Durban) that travelled throughout South Africa and was taken to the Women's World Conference in Beijing (China)1995. She and another teenager handed the torch to Dr. Frene Ginwala who was the first non-white and female Speaker parliament in South Africa.

She is proud of organising a 24 hour indoor cricket fund-raiser for Reach For a Dream and doing missionary work (helping /with a building project) in Malawi for three weeks.

Simone's favourite quotes are “Live Life to the Fullest”, “ Life is a painting and you are the artist so go ahead and paint yourself a paradise”.


Sunday, January 08, 2012

Murlough Nature Reserve Walk

Beginning of the walk Saturday morning at 11:10am.















Murlough Beach


































Not a nice surprise along the way.












What a wonderful to end I walk, seeing a Robin close.

Sunday, January 01, 2012

Happy New Year 2012

T. S. Eliot
For last year's words belong to last year's language and next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.