This topic, children with behavioural issues and coke, came up in a conversation the other day with a close friend. Someone close to both of us had let their child have a coke while they were out for dinner. Continue reading “Children with Behavioural Issues and Coke”
The first time I came across this jump on the Hero trail up at Mystic Mountain, it filled me with fear. Without a second thought I had decided it was to big for me. fear had taken over. Every time I came down the trail that weekend I’d go around it. Fear was holding me back!
Continue reading “What’s Your Fear?”
Trying something different here. Going to try and post regular updates of what’s been happening in this crazy life I’m slowly travelling through. Diary entries, which may help some of the more serious posts make more sense and possibly offer a follow up on what’s going on. Continue reading “Diary Entry #1”
Is it something you hope to get to if you climb the next hill? Have you ever noticed when you get over that hill there seems to be another hill. The reality is being happy isn’t something you get to, it’s not something you find. Happiness doesn’t just happen, it lives in the moment. Continue reading “Where’s Your Happiness?”
Had an interesting start to the day this morning. Just down the road from the horses I found a kangaroo laying on the road with broken legs. The poor little guy, after being hit by a car, had been trying to hope away for a while, there was a lot of blood on the road. It wasn’t a pretty site. Continue reading “Call the Wildlife Folk…”
I just want to feel sad, I’m allowed to be sad, it’s okay to feel sad. I just lost someone I cared about, someone who touched the deepest darkest corners of my soul, my soulmate. In the words of a wise young lady raising awareness of mental health “It’s okay to not be okay”. (buy a T-Shirt) I’m not okay but I will be, it’ll just take time and that’s okay, it’s just part of the process. Part of embracing the emotions we go through when we lose someone. Continue reading “I’m Allowed to be Sad”