• Beauty,  Self Improvement

    Carrie-ing On

    There’s something very Carrie Bradshaw, therapeutic-like writing these little things.  Although my views don’t totally align with Bradshaw’s (the Sarah Jessica Parker – Sex and the City character), I see a beauty in her.  She has a confidence that a…

  • Brokenness,  Family,  Grief and Loss

    Time with Mum

    There is a chasmic, cyclical, unquenchable grief.  I wish for the hands of time to unwind.  Then I would reclaim that unique moment I felt adequate peace.  A point in history where I could embrace my mum, wrapping my hands…

  • Family

    Playing the keyboard

    When I was born, the doctor exclaimed that I would make a great pianist.  This was due to my long, slender fingers.  My parents recounted that story to me often.   My mother wanted us children to learn to play the…

  • Uncategorised

    Is that a good thing?

    She is a woman who is praised for her compliance. Is that a good thing? Her emphasis is not important, nor what she wants Is that a good thing? Her beauty is apparent to all that meet her. Is that…

  • Beauty

    Alive

    I’m approaching my birthday.  Although it is not a “significant one”, I’m caught in awe about life.  I was looking at my daughter in her pram this morning and I was brought to a realisation that it’s such a privilege…

  • Relationships,  Self Improvement

    In the Meantrim

    I once overheard a word from a colleague that she unintentionally coined.  The words of meantime and interim were beautifully wound together to create “meantrim”.  Someone else pointed out that meantrim is in fact not a real word.  I loved…