All About Me
Hello, welcome to my website and thanks for stopping by. I am Judy, in my early fifties and decided that life definitely gets more interesting as it goes on!
I am a wife and a mum and have worked with a brilliant team of community and hospital nurses as an Associate Nursing Practitioner. In fact, I admire them so much I have just started at University studying for my own Nursing degree! It is a lovely job which is so rewarding plus I get to meet some wonderful people too. I was born in Somerset but have been living in Kent for most of my life. It is only recently that I have begun to realise just how beautiful the countryside is here; it is a pleasure driving around visiting patients and admiring the views as I go! I have recently moved to a little coastal town and am lucky to have the sea on my doorstep as well as the beautiful countryside
I am one of six children so have a very large family, in fact, I have recently become a Great Aunty (I always thought I was anyway), so our family has grown even bigger which of course gives me more to write about.
I have a beautiful daughter who is a typical teenager with the messy room and raging (being the operative word), hormones to go with it so I have a wealth of inspiration from my own family alone for my poems and little stories. I am also a prolific blogger and enjoy writing funny stories, anecdotes, and anything really that takes my fancy. Again, I always have plenty to write about, after all ‘there is nowt so queer as folk’ and I know plenty of characters!
Last but certainly not least, is our gorgeous, funny and sassy Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Roxy.
I am also a poet and the author of my debut book, ‘Rhymes of the Times.’ I love to laugh, and I love rhyming words too, so I joined the two together and my book was born. I am also working on another book in the series where I will be incorporating other types of poems, such as limericks which are a particular favourite of mine.
I hope you enjoy your visit to my site, if you feel like dropping me a line, I would love to hear from you.