Posts Tagged: grief

The Conversation (7 years on)

Your passing was whispered to me… It was in the morning air as I stood Anxious and uncertain upon foreign soil. Stilted conversations, childhood realizations, After years you were the centre of a symphony, Looping unceremoniously in your aftermath. With

The Conversation (7 years on)

Your passing was whispered to me… It was in the morning air as I stood Anxious and uncertain upon foreign soil. Stilted conversations, childhood realizations, After years you were the centre of a symphony, Looping unceremoniously in your aftermath. With

This Place is Ours

Welcome, everyone, to This Place is Yours. I truly hope it does, in some way or another, become yours. I didn’t create it for myself, or for my friends, or for anyone in particular – I created it for you.

This Place is Ours

Welcome, everyone, to This Place is Yours. I truly hope it does, in some way or another, become yours. I didn’t create it for myself, or for my friends, or for anyone in particular – I created it for you.

Doctor of Death

I’m studying to be a doctor of death. As creepy as that sounds, it’s entirely true. This year I have started my PhD in the communication of death and illness. For a twenty three year old, this is strange for

Doctor of Death

I’m studying to be a doctor of death. As creepy as that sounds, it’s entirely true. This year I have started my PhD in the communication of death and illness. For a twenty three year old, this is strange for

Paul Simon, Mum, and Me

This Easter, my husband and I spent about $1500 to see Paul Simon play at a Hunter Valley winery. That included travel, accommodation, and ticket costs. Husband was concerned it might not be very good. He  warned not to get

Paul Simon, Mum, and Me

This Easter, my husband and I spent about $1500 to see Paul Simon play at a Hunter Valley winery. That included travel, accommodation, and ticket costs. Husband was concerned it might not be very good. He  warned not to get