What To Do: When A Friend Loses A Loved One. (Pt. 1)

On October 31 2017, my life changed completely. I changed. The only way I could find to express my complex feelings and ever-evolving emotions, was by writing my thoughts down on this blog. This blog, that got me into trouble more times than a few. The blog that was "too open," "too depressing," "too negative," … Continue reading What To Do: When A Friend Loses A Loved One. (Pt. 1)

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NaNoWriMo Day 4: Someone has been watching too much Grey’s Anatomy

It's the time of year that I get sick more often. Keeping with tradition, I was in bed most of the day with a fever and feeling like death. Achey, weak, dizzy and full of a sinus cold. What is the best medicine when you feel sick? Well, I did go over a list of … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Day 4: Someone has been watching too much Grey’s Anatomy

NaNoWriMo Day 3: Disaster Strikes Again!

  It's not going well. Following my disastrous first two days of NaNo I have continued the trend by learning another lesson. This one you'll laugh at, probably. Lesson 2: Save your work. Sounds simple right? You'd think that any self-respected writer would know to SAVE their work before leaving their laptop for two minutes. … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Day 3: Disaster Strikes Again!

Homeschooling – A Day in a Life

  Before I took the plunge to homeschool my kids, I could not visualise HOW I could do it. I would look at all these homeschooling mums with so much respect and awe, wondering how they stay sane and keep up with the mammoth responsibility to educate their children. Then I was forced to make … Continue reading Homeschooling – A Day in a Life

Grounding: Day Twenty Nine

Last night I dreamt I was camping with my family. My whole family. As in, my dad was there too. We were in a group talking when I suddenly seemed to become more aware and turned to my left and said “Dad! You’re not supposed to be here! You died!” And he smiled, placed his … Continue reading Grounding: Day Twenty Nine