"Grief is so isolating. I don't know who I can relate to anymore." Thank you to Anonymous for your submission. I think this is a topic and feeling so many share and agree with. Thank you. If you would like to submit an anonymous submission, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your post, and say you would … Continue reading As Told By Anonymous #2
This is the sister post to Gary's Post: Embracing The Happiness As Much As I Respect the Sadness. We just love doing these collaborations. This was posted a while back but we wanted to share it on our own space. Please, please, please send some GriefReality love to Gary, he is a wonderful, inspirational blogger! … Continue reading Judging Yourself Through Your Grief
My favourite calm and peaceful songs for you to listen to. Stay strong.
I found an easy recipe for maple syrup flapjacks, but have changed it to golden syrup flapjacks. It's taken me 5 tries to get the perfect flapjack, and in my opinion (and my Uncle Peter's; he's a big fan) they are just heavenly. Lol.
I would say I'm a very resilient person. Katie often says that nothing phases me, and my Mum would often say I take everything in my stride. I often say that as long as I have a good playlist going, I can do anything I need to or want to. Quarantine lately had been getting the best of me.
We are getting creative, and actually, one Saturday we all got dressed up, had a 3 course meal and went to the theatre! Evee and I cannot take credit for this, the idea was all our Uncle’s.
When I miss Mummy, there is a gentle simplicity in my suffering. In a way, it is complete, it is a cycle that has been fulfilled, and it is a constant feeling I will carry with me. In the beginning my pain was raw, now it is growing with me. Quarantine has been a new … Continue reading The Difference of Missing Someone Who Can Come Back