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Adulting

Being a grown up is hard, this is how I have found it…

I am ashamed

i am ashamedToday I decided to share the one thing, that I have been more ashamed of than anything else in my adult life. Not because I think it would make it easier, in fact its kinda like, willingly dropping my towel in front of a hundred people. I want to share with you because I hope that in my sharing I can help someone else feel a little less ashamed. A little less like their worth is determined by something materialistic. (more…)

Who were you in 2007?

…. you are probably looking at your screen with your eyes scrunched up with a pretty perplexed look on your face. If you didn’t and the answer just jumped out at you – then my next question is – who are you and why are you lying to yourself? (more…)

"They think your sister has Multiple Sclerosis (MS)…"

The sentence that changed 2016 for my family, came early in February.

Complaining of a strange feeling in one leg is how it all started, Β it was like pins and needles I remember her saying. We had just found out I was pregnant. My memory eludes me regarding the events around her being admitted to hospital, or even what happened the first few days she was admitted.

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It’s 2017 – a brand New Year!

Wwwwwhhhhhaaaattttttttt? I’ve been promising to write for months – I think my last real post was this time last year.

Needless to say 2016 was absolutely insane. In a nutshell – my sister was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) which sent our family through months of hospital visits, tears and fears. She got better miraculously quickly and is doing soooo very well. I will elaborate on that later. We have been blessed!!! (more…)