Monthly Archives: July 2013

All things for a reason, and in their right time…

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I have had the most spectacular couple of days imaginable. It has been a time of re-assessing, healing, and realisation. I will begin with the poetry workshop and slam. A local … Continue reading

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Paying tribute to a friend I never met

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. I know I said I wouldn’t post on Thursday this week, because of it being Chris’ birthday yesterday. However, I wanted to write a little about the experience of paying tribute, … Continue reading

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A birthday tribute [10th July 2013]

Hi, friends. I hope this post finds you well. Chris’ birthday comes around quickly after the anniversary of her transition. I often feel as though I have nothing new to say, but then…is it really about saying something new? Or … Continue reading

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Stream of Consciousness Sunday: Free Writing

Today, in the interests of actually writing a blog post, I’m linking up with Jana’s Stream of Consciousness Sunday. Five weeks out of six, there’s a prompt, but this week it’s down to us. Five minutes of free-writing ahoy. 🙂 … Continue reading

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How social media has changed the way we mourn

Again, I’m somewhat late in noticing this particular piece, but it’s useful reading. I can’t say I agree with the last ‘tip’…because most people know that. Would be interested to read your thoughts, though.

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