It’s no secret I love writing. Throughout my career the thing I loved the most was communication, both written and verbal. To me communication is about connecting, making connections, renewing connections, allowing people into my life. It's certainly been my goal with blogging and writing articles, for a number of publications, including The Mighty My … Continue reading The Joy Of Journaling
One of my earliest childhood memories is being on the passenger ship "Aurelia". I was 3 years of age and embarking on a journey that would change the entire course of my life. I was migrating from the United Kingdom (London) to Fremantle, Western Australia with my parents and my older brother. Fuzzy and Special Memories … Continue reading A Carousel Of Memories And Moments
Many people with Chronic Illness require full time Carers. Often that role is filled by loved ones. Our husbands, wives, life partners, siblings, parents, children, even grandparents. Watching a loved one suffer is just so confronting. No one wants to see someone writhing in pain, or watch the person they're caring for lose their ability … Continue reading Caring For The Carer
We might not be able to control our diseases, or this current global pandemic, but we can learn ways to control our fear and replace it with peace and hope.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact our lives globally, important personal milestones and celebrations still scatter our calendars. Events we looked forward to and have perhaps been planning to celebrate long before COVID-19 became part of our daily vocabulary. Often these events, such as birthdays and anniversaries, or more recently Easter, are opportunities for … Continue reading Coronavirus Isolation – Creating Celebration/Special Events Despite Lockdown
On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross The emblem of suffering and shame And I love that old cross where the dearest and best For a world of lost sinners was slain So I'll cherish the old rugged cross Till my trophies at last I lay down And I will cling to … Continue reading Clinging To “The Old Rugged Cross”
I don't generally suffer from anxiety. It doesn't mean I don't get stressed. Of course I do. We all do. In general, my overall health situation doesn't stress me. I accept it is what it is and I'm adjusting my life accordingly. Pain however, when it is at unrelenting levels day after day, does cause … Continue reading “Whispering Hope, Oh How Welcome Your Voice”