I hated vulnerability so much, that I tried to give myself everything I could to the point of burnout.
This year we won’t be doing that with you. Your Joy is still there, but your life moved on.
Grief sucks but to come out the other side intact, one must go through and accept the process with the courage of a warrior.
Hello lovely people! We still have spots available for the rest of April and May!
We cannot wait to read your submissions!
Writing on the blog is deeply personal. I imagine I sit you down, offer you tea, hold your hand and look you in the eyes. Whilst you may read this and throw it away, or never think of it again, I think of it every day. The power of you sitting with me, and giving me space to share my thoughts.
I think this is a poignant question, and one I think about often; especially as a young person being without their Mum. I think a question that is good to ask ourselves when we are trying to work out whether we have done the right thing, is how do we know when we have done the wrong thing?
We never had any Big Talks. But over those three months we slowly rediscovered each other. Nothing magical (unless you count being able to laugh together again magical). Just us.