love · poetry


Saturday, June 16, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Bairn: Noun, chiefly Scottish and Northern English  A child. "To my wee bairn, You are an exploding star bringing heat and light to my life the beauty of infinite colours covering every dusty nook and cranny shining like a spotlight on stage holding me accountable to be the strength you… Continue reading Bairn

poetry · prose


Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Lassie:  Noun, chiefly Scottish and Northern English  Another term for lass. "My sweet lassie is curled up tight in a protective ball, face tucked into the back of the sofa, singing softly, with her pretty brown eyes scrunched up she's quite small, my lass, and the sofa dwarfs her… Continue reading Lassie

Flash Fiction


Friday, June 1, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Footy:  Noun, British informal (also: footie) Shortened term for football; comparable to American soccer. Did you miss me? 😊  So good to be back!! ~Kelsey   "He is a terrible father. Though not the first time he has acknowledged the truth, Brian hasn't felt it this acutely since his divorce was… Continue reading Footy

Blogging · Fiction · Flash Fiction · How to be British · Language


Sunday, July 9, 2017. Daily Brit Wit.Childminder:NounA babysitter or a child-care worker.*Welcome, welcome to the next installment in the Fortnight series! Be sure to check out the first three with Snog being the most recent. Ta! 😄"She exhales dramatically, left hand full of car keys and right hand gripping the front door knob. Her surveillance over her… Continue reading Childminder