Tag Archives: eccentricity

The Art & Practice of Being Normal

“Hide, hide, the cow’s outside!” “I ain’t afraid of no cow.” – final lines to a child’s joke, circa 1960s I’m paid to be normal: compassionate, encouraging, yet normal. Because I work in mental health, and it doesn’t do for … Continue reading

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Seize the Fish! “Koi Carpe Diem” Out Now

“There are advantages to being known locally as an eccentric.” – from “Sherlock Jones & the Hound of the Basingstokes” I am writing this whilst eating racked toast. “Racked toast”, as many connoisseurs of breakfast foods know, is toast which … Continue reading

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Let Eccentricity Ring!

” … they didn’t think there was anything very odd in anyone being a little odd.” James Hilton, Random Harvest I feel at peace amongst the odd: whether it be a gallifrey of Doctor Who fans (1), a geek of … Continue reading

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