As Defence families and the same for all the transient families around the world we move regularly, and by regularly I mean every two to three years! In this instant, I am used to finding new doctors, a house, schools, my favourite cafe, the… Continue Reading “Quick Snippet #2”
This post has been an ongoing edit since my 1st SCADiversary and whilst it hasn’t been difficult to write, it has been a little harder to press the publish button. This time last year I was fighting the biggest battle of my life after… Continue Reading “15 Months post SCAD / heart attack”
‘Most mother’s I know ought to qualify for saint hood’ – Josh Kear, David Frasier and Ed Hill wrote “Most People Are Good” in 2016 I have been blessed with incredible female role models in my life. From my great-mothers, my grandmas, girlfriends and most… Continue Reading “Mother’s Day –”
This time last year I was fighting the biggest battle of my life after suffering a Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection and Heart Attack. My heart was broken, my family were hurting but with some fantastic medical care, careful healing and plenty of prayers, I… Continue Reading “1 year down!”
COVID-19 has changed the world as we knew it and the effects have been devastating. They are especially devasting for those families who have lost loved ones! The effects have also been devastating for businesses, for those who have either lost their job or… Continue Reading “In unsettling times, we can ALL do our part.”
This week saw me reach a milestone in my journey – 10 months post SCAD and Heart Attack……. The 10 month mark finds me with more energy, a clearer mind (thanks to the sun coming out) and plans for the rest of the year… Continue Reading “10 Months post SCAD & HA”
As we welcome a New Year we often set ourselves resolutions that we rarely stick to for more than a few weeks or months. I too have been guilty of setting myself unrealistic or unattainable resolutions. This year I have set GOALS and not… Continue Reading “2020 – Making Goals not Resolutions”
Life after physical trauma can leave us with many negative thoughts and reactions – how we emotionally conquer these is half the battle! After trauma, life changes and it generally changes for a lifetime. We have to reevaluate our day to day journey and… Continue Reading “Changes after Physical Trauma.”
As a Aussie family in the US we will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a traditional turkey and pumpkin pie for dessert (we will go without candied yams (sweet potato and marshmellos). As I sit and ponder the process for the day, what time to… Continue Reading “Being Thankful this Thanksgiving:)”
Our kids are getting older and as they go through many changes both personally and as a family there are many things that I want them to know. The last 7 months have given me many opportunities to reflect and think and these are… Continue Reading “What I want my kids to know!”
My writing style is free and casual. I write about feelings, thoughts and opinions that are important to me or about topics that have affected my family and I. My writing comes from my knowledge, my own personal knowledge, by talking and listening to… Continue Reading “The joy of writing and why I do (try)!”
What fills your refrigerator door? Is it photos, magnets, bills? And all those pictures hangin’ side by sideForgotten memories from another timeAnd all the places that you’ve been beforeCouple magnets, recipes, and PolaroidsYeah, but that’s our lives on the ‘frigerator doorOn the ‘frigerator door… Continue Reading “What fills your refrigerator door?”
This week has seen me hit 5.5 months post SCAD and Heart Attack!! I have written about my MUGA Scan and short hospital stay in August but wanted to share a little more information about what I undersent and have learnt since then. After… Continue Reading “Life after SCAD – update”
Today is one of the first days I have spent at home alone since my SCAD and Heart Attack. With an amazing husband, my mum being here for a month plus the kids being on Summer break since May, there has been no need… Continue Reading “Trusting the process!”
Today was the beginning of my starting to Carpe Diem. Carpe Diem, Latin for seize the day is just what I did and I encourage you to grab the chance at life and take the leap. For me, I took the first step to… Continue Reading “Carpe Diem – how are you planning to tackle today?”
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