Reading through my diary I came across this entry. I had recorded it on 20th September 2010. ” How scary that in a matter of a few days perspective on life can change… we all know somebody with cancer but when that somebody becomes your close friend who’s 20-something, suddenly it changes meaning! How do… Continue reading 6 Years On…
Today I am grateful for beneficial soothing rain. I am grateful for good friends. I am grateful for good health.
“The road was dark The moon was high He stopped his bike I wondered why He moved in close And my heart did pat Then he whispered ‘tyre’s flat.’ “ I don’t know the writer of this poem. I came across it in my teens and it’s stayed with me since.
When your heart is in a million pieces. When your mind is numb and dead. When you don’t feel anything but darkness and despair. When all you feel is worthless and ashamed. Write. Write. Write. And let your soul dance through your words.
As you sip that cup of tea you feel your shoulders relax, you close your eyes and breathe in deeply… Suddenly you realise you can actually hear yourself breathe. Relish and enjoy this moment – kids first day back to school!
15 Concessions That’ll Make You Happy If we take a good look at ourselves, we’ll discover that our lives are lead by many factors that create a great deal of tension, pain, and suffering within us. Instead of letting go of these things and allowing ourselves to feel free, we cling to them zealously, confident… Continue reading BE HAPPY
The train was overly crowded. Through the windows, I saw the dreary industrial areas pass me by. Factory after factory with grimy bricks and faded paint. Towers pointing high billowing clouds of dark smoke into the atmosphere. All around fences surrounded the buildings like caged animals. A thud interrupted me and I turned around. A… Continue reading Ride Home
Just over 7 years ago he came into our lives. A few months old only but unlike any cats we’d ever had. He was a ‘talker’, meowing all the time. Not just when he was hungry. When he walked through the door, when you came home after work, when he wanted to go out the… Continue reading OBITUARY COCO V