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 →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑