‘I would like to say these pills make me taller or smaller, or partial to erudite advice from a hookah smoking caterpillar. Sadly not. Their job is one of equilibrium. Stiff upper lip. To boldly weather motherhood.’
I’ve compiled a beautiful little book.
Twenty four pages of prose, stories and accidental poetry, all gorgeously illustrated by the wonderful Helen Braid
Its printed on recycled paper, a natty A6 pocket size, and limited to 100 copies.
You can order your copy here.
Look what Older Mum has received – a beautiful postcard all the way from Ghana.
This digital postcard was sent from #TeamHonk, three intrepid bloggers – Mammasaurus, Mummy Barrow, Aresidence – during their travels with Comic Relief in Ghana celebrating #goodwork.
They visited the Basic Needs Trust, an organisation based in Accra that was set up to help ensure that people living with a mental health issues in Ghana have access to the drugs and facilities required to improve their quality of life. The Trust not only meets locally but arranges to hold clinics out in the community.
Part of what the Trust does is make small loans to people to allow them to start a small business. A loan that is paid back within a set time frame. As little as £10 can allow somebody to buy a large pan and two bowls of nuts which are first boiled before being sold as a popular snack by the road side. These nuts are sold within a day and make profit.
To think what a tenner can do!
For the past 25 years the money raised through Red Nose Day has been changing the lives of the poorest and most disadvantaged people in the UK and Africa. Let’s Keep Up the Good Work. Find out how at Red Nose Day.
For other digital postcards please do check out the linky on Team Honk.