About Michelle…

MAB 2 (2)  I love being around people who are straightforward, honest, tolerant, and open-minded.  I would love to be retired, and living on a farm again.  I have a deep-thinking mind, a creative soul, and a sensual heart.  Sometimes I am up, sometimes I am down. I love music, literature, reading, writing, and researching anything that grabs my attention.  I am just plain and simple, a fun and loving soul girl drifting through this world alone with my companion, my eight-year-old son Shay.  I no longer engage with high conflict people, who use emotional reasoning, projection, and blame scenarios.  I am currently studying the Arts Past & Present with the Open University, and I am hoping to go to Manchester University to complete my studies in English Literature & Creative Writing in October 2018. I am enjoying the ride, valuing the journey, and I am grateful for everything that comes my way.  Being kind, humble, and spreading joy, love, and knowledge is the only way I play.  I am also a survivor of emotional and psychological abuse, as well as other forms of abuse including sexual abuse, none of which I experienced during childhood. My parents had their faults and hardships to contend with, they made mistakes as we all do, and we all have contentions to deal with. My parents gave me and my siblings a wealth of love, knowledge, understanding and experience in a humble, non-contentious and non-judgemental way. When I have regained my confidence and voice from the last bout of abuse that I have had to overcome, then I will begin to write again and make my voice heard. I am currently living in Salford, near Manchester, I originate from Rochdale, Lancashire, I grew up in Budleigh Salterton, East Devon. I am a daughter of deceased parents, and a sister to two older brothers.

A Dream Goes on Forever…

My Mam and Dad, Daniel Buckley and Doreen King 01/04/1960. Just got MarriedMam and DadMy Son Shay Miles Gilligan Buckley b. 03/01/2009My Gilligan

“One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child.” Carl Jung

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