Why Imogen will not tick the age box and refuses to be defined by a number!
Freedom Chevalier reports on “Shock Treatment” the long-awaited sequel to The Rocky Horror Show. The iconic Rocky Horror Picture Show, music, lyrics and book by Richard O’Brien, premiered at the Royal Court Theatre on 19 June 1973. It ran for 2,960 shows closing on 13 September 1980. Shock Treatment, The long awaited sequel will open […]
Should You Be Worried About Getting Addicted To Cosmetic Surgery? (Sponsored Post) If you spend long enough on the internet you’ll come across terrifying stories of people that became addicted to cosmetic surgery. The shocking and evocative pictures that accompany unbelievable stories about the lengths people go to in pursuit of their ideal image are […]
Julie tells us more about her interactions with the spirit world.
It’s a funny thing, I think, when the chap you lived with for twenty-one years, had two children with and who was once your closest companion, can stalk past you venomously, without a word. So another busy, less than average week, punctuated with my sister’s wedding in sight of Wembley Stadium, me holding the bouquet […]
Hugs are one of those things that you often know makes you feel better, but did you know that there are actual reasons why?
Why Freedom loves Christmas...
I hear dead people is the second part of Julie P’s incredible journey to become a clairvoyant medium. It’s a rare person, who doesn’t recall Haley Joel Osment whispering “I see dead people!” in M Night Shyamalam’s ‘The Sixth Sense’ and whilst I don’t always ‘see’ spirits using my clairvoyance, I do hear them on […]
Julie P wonders whether her life’s path was preordained. Some psychics are born. Others develop their abilities by choice, after intensive training. My induction into the arena occurred unexpectedly and virtually overnight. In fact, if someone had ever suggested I would become a psychic let alone a clairvoyant medium, surprise is not the only emotion […]
Joan Rivers Remembered – A Personal Reminiscence from Freedom Chevalier. When I first heard the news about Joan Rivers, my thought was this can’t be really happening. She was like your favourite aunt, someone you expected to always be there, offering sound, sage and sometimes completely outrageous counsel. She can’t be gone. No one else […]
Meeting Suzanne* recently was a special moment for me, as she shared with me some fascinating stories about her memories of the Second World War, when she was just a young child. I was so moved to hear these reminiscences, and felt as if I was being told something that one would normally only see […]
I am a little in awe as I pick up the phone to speak with Rose (she refers to herself just as Rose). This is a lady of the moment all right, after a recent joyous interview with Kirsty Young on Desert Island Discs and then speculation in the Telegraph and elsewhere that she may […]
Garden writer and columnist Francine Raymond describes her journey from a much-loved family home of thirty years to a new house by the sea, charting her progress as she starts life again from scratch. In the general scheme of things, one person’s move from their family house of thirty years to a new life is […]
We’re on this planet is to be happy. Can’t argue with that, can we?
After recently reading Carolyn Lazarus’ article in The Daily Mail, it made me reflect about various things surrounding women, work and parenting. When I got married back in 1998 we both had, what I would call, decent jobs. I didn’t have the same high flying career as Carolyn, but whilst mine was office-based, my husbands’ required frequent […]