I subconsciously always kept myself prepared for it, so when the time came sooner or later I could brace myself for
the loss of a loved one,' she shared in an Instagram post with several pictures of her mother.
So I brace myself for
summer because summer is very demanding on violence."
She gets up from her desk and follows me as I walk into mine, and I brace myself for
more of her daily foolery.
Every time I plug my laptop into it, or unplug the computer to take it with me, I brace myself for
With the order for six presents cancelled, I've now got to move from the digital high street to shopping in the real world and brace myself for
WHEN I accepted an invitation to take part in an awards ceremony at the Oasis Academy school in Croydon during week, I was told to just brace myself for
two hours of handshakes and backslaps.
When the phrase 'green hotels' looms closer on the editorial calendar, I brace myself for
the usual barrage of beach clean-ups, new shower installations, LED retrofits and the ubiquitous Earth Hour 'achievements'.
I'll just have to brace myself for
when none of them win.
She said: "Every morning I would brace myself for
whatever mood he was in when he woke up.
Everybody likes to join bandwagons so with England's triumph I brace myself for
an influx of luvvies and their ilk at rugger matches.
I drive to the doctor's surgery and brace myself for
At the far end of my desolate loop, I approach a solitary figure and brace myself for
her cringing regard: My grizzled beard is frozen solid and my ratty flak jacket is not of this world.
I brace myself for
the onslaught which I know is about to happen and say to myself it's happening again."
The fight has been emotionally draining, but now I have to brace myself for
the treatment - a drip of Herceptin put in my arm for an hour every three weeks for a year.
I live in north Ayrshire and I brace myself for
when the bus doors open as the smell of cigarette smoke would choke you.