Get lost in another world for a fragment of time

 

Whether you are on the train, on lunch, relaxing in the park or about to walk into a lamp post (tut tut look where you’re walking) – escape ‘real life’ for five to ten minutes and let your imagination run wild.

Welcome to C Y Stories

A place you come to immerse yourself in another time and place. It’s a busy world we live in and so this is the realm to escape and divulge your imagination.

Mirrored messages

Genevieve beamed, her whole face lit up and her deep blue eyes sparkled back at Harriet. Harriet always struggled with the unrequited nature of it.

Second birth

There was water everywhere; she was surrounded and gasping for air. She wasn’t quite sure why she was here or what had brought her here this time but she had a feeling she was too late. Her head rose to the surface, it was dark and she looked all around her. Why...

The art of avoidance paints an anaesthetised canvass

I was a translucent vessel for the music that thumped through my skull, the notes passing by and not one ounce of my being paused to attend, absorb or attune to the rhythm or melody. It merely surrounded me, vibrated through my psyche and I felt nothing. I was numb,...

Below is a collection of blogs which are essentially a snippet of day to day life and musings. Whether it’s being a better person, relishing life or having a good old rant about a subject – this is life Jim, but not as we know it.

First, I’ve got to find me

‘I learned the depths of which I would degrade myself to get somebody elses acceptance.’
Iyanla Vanzant

When nothing is certain, anything is possible

“To believe in something with your whole heart, to celebrate a fleeting moment in time, to fully engage in a life that doesn’t come with guarantees – these are risks that involve vulnerability and often pain. But, I’m learning that recognizing and leaning into the discomfort of vulnerability teaches us how to live with joy, gratitude and grace.” 
Brené Brown

The oxymoron of sleeping consent

What I saw as a horrible event, a lot of society still see as a ‘bit of fun that went too far’. Let me tell you society, the psychological scars of said event would reflect that it was in no way fun and your commentary does more damage than good.