Small, slow steps took us further


Small, slow steps, acrylic on paper (Daniel Graham)

Small, slow steps took us further.


‘A Great Adventure – twinship, individuality and finding the right path’


“I grew up with my brother and sister on a small, quiet road in north Bristol. We had twins next door, twin girls across the road and two more down the street. I believed that multiple-birth children were numerous and our lives no more novel than the next child’s.”

A big thank you to TAMBA (Twins and Multiple Births Association) for publishing my article on twinship, individuality, and finding the right path.



Terminal beauty – the foxglove


Ingested in even the smallest of doses, the foxglove can kill a human. Yet the bee survives. To be reminded of our vulnerability in the face of a flower is both exciting and humbling.