Monthly Archives: March 2013

Creating the conditions for change

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I’ll start by saying that I’m not sure this is going to be the post I intended to write, but sometimes plans are made in sand. Whatever I intended to post … Continue reading

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Stream of Consciousness Sunday: Spent

    Today, I feel spent. There’s so much to say, and yet there’s nothing that will come. This is what Easter does, and has done for the past six years. I can’t help but wonder when this will lift. … Continue reading

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Drowning out the thoughts

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I’m well as can be at the moment, with the constant threat of distraction by waves of grief. The thing is now, they’re not even waves. It’s more like being shrouded … Continue reading

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Musical signs

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I’m in my usual state of readiness for Easter, but somehow I know I feel better this year than I perhaps have done in earlier years. ‘Better’ is a strange concept, … Continue reading

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Vehemence, variance and poetry in grief

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. This week has been the epitome of this time of year. I’m functional, but floundering. As ever, I will be glad when Easter and the first couple of weeks of April … Continue reading

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300th post and an announcement

Dear friends, I hope this post finds you well. I recognise that I should perhaps leave my ‘bigger’ posts until the weekend, but this one can’t wait. Nor can I wait much longer to share it with you. Next month, … Continue reading

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The new notebook conundrum

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. Of all the posts I’ve made here so far, it may be the most mundane and stupid, but on the other hand, it seems to express the ways in which grief … Continue reading

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