Grief and Loss

It comes to all of us – the final farewell.  We recently had a loss in the family.  It was not unexpected. Everyone had had time to prepare for the inevitable. Regardless of that, it still hurts. The finality of it. The knowing that someone you deeply cared for is no longer physically here. Raw, … More Grief and Loss

Disposable Lives

Head over heels in love so many plans and happy days stretching into years of comfort growing into  routined patterns of being. ♥ Somewhere along the way the toothpaste  lid left off begins to grate and niggle until bursting with indignation explosions and accusations fly building mountains unsurpassable. ♥ / ♥ A parting of the … More Disposable Lives

Missy

She sat watching me closely. Her eyes followed my every move.  If I went to another part of the house or outside she would follow me. By the end of the day she had grown tired and tried to second guess where I would head next. Finally, having grown too tired to bother following me, … More Missy

Starting over

CRASH ! The condo was gone. Just like that. One minute it was there. Then it was gone. As if it had never existed. And with it, my life. All my family were in it when it crashed. They said it was a freak accident. A huge sink hole had swallowed the whole block up. … More Starting over

Bushfire

    South Australia is in the grips of a nasty bushfire. There have been two deaths.  Untold numbers of livestock have died. Loss of wildlife is yet to be determined. Loss of properties is devastating. Many farmers have lost everything. It is hard to imagine what it must be like to be caught in the … More Bushfire

Hello From Heaven

  Hello from Heaven has been triggered by recent events both worldwide and within my extended circle of family and friends. I am indulging myself in journeying through memories. A patchwork of reminiscing. So many images are flicking on to the screen of my mind. Family celebrations. Holidays. Get togethers. Weddings. Funerals. A veritable mishmash … More Hello From Heaven

MISSY

She sat watching me closely. Her eyes followed my every move.  If I went to another part of the house or outside she would follow me. By the end of the day she had grown tired and tried to second guess where I would head next. Finally, having grown too tired to bother following me, … More MISSY