Facing mortality

People seem to think that everything goes back to normal for you after you nearly die. They act like it’s done now, it’s in the past, you’re here and alive and so everything is good, life goes on. ‘I’m so glad you’re ok now!’ they say. Those words echo in my mind – am IContinue reading “Facing mortality”

A little catch up

It feels like it’s been ages since I wrote a post. I guess when you take into account how little time I’ve been blogging, it kind of has been ages. I’ve been on a bit of a rollercoaster in my life lately, so many ups and downs. I’m not even going to try to sugarcoatContinue reading “A little catch up”

To you, Harry.

Today marks 10 years since someone very close to me died. He had barely turned 20 just a couple of weeks before.  I’ve lost a lot of people in my life, far more than someone my age should have, but this one hit me the hardest.  I think it actually gets harder each year, IContinue reading “To you, Harry.”

Are we starting to get the hang of this…?

I had my daughter just before everything with Covid 19 kicked off. It was a pretty bitter pill to swallow realising how serious this life shattering pandemic really was just as I became a new Mum.  On top of that I had the recent split with my ex to try to navigate, trying to figureContinue reading “Are we starting to get the hang of this…?”

Parenting in a pandemic

This past week I hit a few bumps in my parenting road. Lockdown is definitely partly to blame, but also I’ve just been feeling the sheer exhaustion that is parenthood. I’ve hit a point where my energy is pretty consistently low, which isn’t a surprise really, being a single Mum to an almost 5 monthContinue reading “Parenting in a pandemic”