So, it appears we are at the beginning of two stages: firstly, discovering which friends really make the cut, and secondly, putting up with random people's unsolicited advice. Granted, the second is the joy every new parent has to learn to deal with. You smile, go oh really, that's interesting, I'll look into that, and … Continue reading Unsolicited Advice
Sometimes, you get taken right back to square one. Or maybe square three. Today started okay, I had every intention to do a few errands, go for a walk, get outside. And then, out of nowhere, one too many errands is just too much. These errands were only at home ones too. Hardly difficult. I've … Continue reading Mr. Grief
I wrote the below the other day - when I was really feeling the physical effects of this shitty grief journey. It really comes out of the blue, with no warning or reason. Just like it bubbles up and hits you. This morning I've felt similar. Like I'm still connected to Leo physically - I … Continue reading Aching Arms
I am now a fond believer that if you feel it, you should run with it. It breeds a sense of success, empowerment, worth, excitement. Life.
If you were to ask someone who hasn't gone through a death of their child, which three days they would pick to remember, if that was all they could keep, I wonder what they would choose?
I wanted something to play when nothing else seems quite right. I thought I would share it and why the songs are on there.