Thumbs Up for Awkward Comedy

Well hello there, Internet. And how are you this fine January eve? Bloody freezing you say? Me too my darlings, me too. Britain's weather is cruel mistress and has been making a mockery of us all as of late.

But, on the other hand, YAY SNOW. Ok, so it snowed for all of 10 minutes in Imposterland but Bob and I were happy to be nominated for Winter Wonderland 2015 all the same.

Enough of the weather, let's get snuggly and warm and crack on shall we? Now, as some of you might know, I have been flirting with the idea of getting 'social' for a while now and, after a rather covert start on Twitter, I think I am doing quite well these days. For one thing, I tell people it exists now which is progress, isn't it?
See? This completely counts.

Similarly, after an initial bout of reluctance (setting one up last Spring then immediately making it private when I got more than 10 likes and got scared) I have decided to reactivate the My Life As An Imposter Facebook page. I've grown rather fond of my little corner of the internet over the years and had put many measures in place so you couldn't find this blog unless you really wanted to; but I feel the winds of change afoot.

The readers who have found me are wonderful. Those of you who; email me asking for advice, comment and laugh along at my ridiculous life with me, or just thank me for talking positively about interfaith marriage and Mooishness, have made my little heart swell with pride. Similarly, I never would have had some of the amazing writing opportunities I've had if someone didn't know how and where to find me. With all this in mind, perhaps it's time to try something outside of my comfort zone and peek around the corner and maybe even wave sheepishly at whatever I find there.

....or don't (that's also ok)
So, here we are.
And, if you would like to give a thumbs up for the awkward ramblings of this little brown lady, I would be much obliged. Just click on the button above and hit Like.

Apparently, I have somehow linked this page with my Twitter feed and, unbeknownst to me, it has been posting my every tweet this entire time. Don't worry. I will fix this... or ask Bob to do it tomorrow. I'm just oldschool guys, if I had my way, this laptop would be a typewriter, with a big foghorn attached, from which I would shout each post into the dark in a declamatory manner, but using an oldy-worldy BBC accent, until the townspeople formed a mob and I was shut down by the authorities.

Because that's just how I roll.
Loudly and offensively, possibly wearing groucho glasses, but always doing a funny voice.

My Life As An Imposter

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  1. I'd like to think that having two separate Twitter accounts -- a personal one and a blog one -- helps to drive more than a standard amount of traffic to my blog. With that said, my topics and followers tend to overlap a lot for both accounts, so I'm not sure that's the case.

    1. Nope, completely separate. I MUST PROTECT MY IDENTITY AS BATMAN.

  2. Super funny meme!

    lots of love,


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