maryluv

maryluv

42 years old
Female
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maryluv has cracked
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  • Are you a ...?
    Other
    What genre do you primarily write in?
    Poetry
    If you write in more than one area, what is your next most favoured genre?
    General Fiction
    Are your reading habits ...?
    Earthy
    What are your working habits when you write?
    Procastinatory
    Are you the edit-every-sentence-ten-times type, or do you prefer to let rip?
    Prefer to let rip and edit afterwards
    Your ultimate writing ambition?
    To finish something.
    Your worst habit?
    Not fininshing things.
    Your opinion on the books industry?
    Too much celebrity and hype, but good books still get through
    Where do you write?
    Anywhere legal
    What else do you want Word Clouders to know? eg: do you have 9 cats / like paragliding / eat nothing but tinned fish / work in the bath / live in Kettering?
    I no longer have cats - sad story. I still have other half and kids, though, and a modicum of sanity.

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  • 35 mins ago
    imp commented on maryluv's wall:
    Hope that's just an addiction thing, Maryluv, and not a more absolute statement!!
  • 36 mins ago
    maryluv has cracked
  • 13 hours ago
    Rebecca Holmes commented on maryluv's wall:
    Lol! I've never been called that before!
  • 16 hours ago
    Rebecca Holmes commented on maryluv's wall:
    But the two go together so well. Still, far be it from me to be a bad influence...
  • 17 hours ago
    JillP commented on maryluv's wall:
    That's what I like - positivity! Snowdrops bring such hope that Spring is around the corner. I always think, too, of Ted Hughes' poem 'Snowdrop'. when I see the first ones. He views them with a very interesting eye. I came to a halt with the ...
  • 17 hours ago
    Rebecca Holmes commented on maryluv's wall:
    You could try workng down gradually. Say, Twix, then Crunchie, then two finger Kit Kat (no sniggering, please!) and finally down to one Malteser a day. And when you've finished the Malteser packet, you're cured. Actually, for some strange ...
  • 17 hours ago
    Rebecca Holmes commented on maryluv's wall:
    Maybe you should stop keeping them there. It would be a shame to roll over and squash them in your sleep. Spoils the whole technique of nibbling the layers. Sigh - now you've got me at it!
  • 20 hours ago
    Rebecca Holmes commented on maryluv's wall:
    And the hallucinations? Have they worn off yet? Cold turkey's all very well, but it's easier with bread sauce.
  • 20 hours ago
    JillP commented on maryluv's wall:
    Oh well! 'A little bit of what you fancy' maybe? Sure to do you good, they say... Now I am acting the temptress! Will get back to my fictional world now. So much nicer than the bleak greyness outside the window. Jill
  • 20 hours ago
    Caducean Whisks commented on maryluv's wall:
    Noooo, I made all shiny. Sorry if you're dreaming of food; sadly, not everything's edible. Actually, that's not sad at all, it's a good thing. I'm whittering - stopping now.

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  • imp
    by imp 35 mins ago

    Hope that's just an addiction thing, Maryluv, and not a more absolute statement!!

  • Rebecca Holmes
    by Rebecca Holmes 13 hours ago

    Lol! I've never been called that before!

  • Rebecca Holmes
    by Rebecca Holmes 16 hours ago

    But the two go together so well. Still, far be it from me to be a bad influence...

  • JillP
    by JillP 17 hours ago

    That's what I like - positivity! Snowdrops bring such hope that Spring is around the corner. I always think, too, of Ted Hughes' poem 'Snowdrop'. when I see the first ones. He views them with a very interesting eye.

    I came to a halt with the writing and am signing off from The Cloud now too. Have a good evening. Jill

  • Rebecca Holmes
    by Rebecca Holmes 17 hours ago

    You could try workng down gradually. Say, Twix, then Crunchie, then two finger Kit Kat (no sniggering, please!) and finally down to one Malteser a
    day. And when you've finished the Malteser packet, you're cured.
    Actually, for some strange reason, a couple of years ago our family went on a detox diet for a week. No chocolate, no alcohol, no tea/coffee, no dairy or meat, etc. Strangely enough I coped OK without chocolate. It was the caffeine withdrawal that did for me! And the fact tha most of the meals were revolting. The nicest thing was a lentil curry.

  • Rebecca Holmes
    by Rebecca Holmes 17 hours ago

    Maybe you should stop keeping them there. It would be a shame to roll over and squash them in your sleep. Spoils the whole technique of nibbling the layers. Sigh - now you've got me at it!

  • Rebecca Holmes
    by Rebecca Holmes 20 hours ago

    And the hallucinations? Have they worn off yet? Cold turkey's all very well, but it's easier with bread sauce.

  • JillP
    by JillP 20 hours ago

    Oh well! 'A little bit of what you fancy' maybe? Sure to do you good, they say... Now I am acting the temptress!

    Will get back to my fictional world now. So much nicer than the bleak greyness outside the window. Jill

  • Caducean Whisks
    by Caducean Whisks 20 hours ago

    Noooo, I made all shiny. Sorry if you're dreaming of food; sadly, not everything's edible. Actually, that's not sad at all, it's a good thing. I'm whittering - stopping now.

  • JillP
    by JillP 20 hours ago

    2 days abstinence from chocolate. Such willpower - good for you! If you go on like this, you will shame me into finding the willpower to get back to the weight loss regime! J