Small acts of Kindness

Small unsolicited acts of kindness are like tiny rainbows that provide light and love through the heavy fog of grief and challenging times. People often say "Let me know there if there is anything I can do". When people said it to me I would usually smile and say thank you but rarely take them up on... Continue Reading →

Books & Blogs – My Support Group

A list of some of my favourite books & blogs. But first... Support groups didn't work for me during the different phases of my journey as a brain cancer carer and then young widow and single mum. Mick and I did not have the time or the headspace to join a brain cancer support group... Continue Reading →

Capturing stories to share with my children

I feel a weight of responsibility to make sure that my children feel their father's presence in their lives and feel that they have a good sense of him even though they will have minimal memories of their own. We¬†have photos, we have mementoes and a chest of drawers of his favourite things and I... Continue Reading →

The Magic Esky

In the first few months after my husband died, a meal roster was organised so that friends and family could drop off meals to us 4¬†nights a week. I left an esky by our front gate so that people could drop off a meal at any time during the day and also because I was... Continue Reading →

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