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20 Nov 2012 Gratitude

One Month of Gratitude – my story. I am grateful that my 7-year old has found a sport that he is smitten with. Karate above all others. Because he enjoys […]

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Home alone

My husband decided that it was okay to go on a week long business trip recently. There are so many things wrong with that statement… I love my kids. I […]

19 Nov 2012 Gratitude

One Month of Gratitude – my story. I am grateful that Oscar is still with us after over 10 years.  I still remember the day that Sebastian and I selected […]

18 Nov 2012 Gratitude

One Month of Gratitude – my story. I am grateful that we’ve had a hamster as a pet for over 2 years now.  I’m glad we’ve had Toughey in our […]

Friends don’t let friends drink bad wine

That’s the headline of a Tweet that caught my attention today. It’s for a competition being run by Real Time Wine. Real Time Wine is a new app for everyone […]

Doing it “my way” to the brink of suicide

Karen says she will never try taking her life again. She will search for other solutions to her problems and challenges. I hope so – I like having her around.

17 Nov 2012 Gratitude

One Month of Gratitude – my story. I am grateful that summer has finally reached South Africa. The sunshine really does wonders for the soul. The clear skies tell me […]

16 Nov 2012 Gratitude

One Month of Gratitude – my story. I am grateful to all the artists out there who fill the gaps in my life with their expressions of painting, music and […]

Why suicide seemed like a good idea at the time

People hurt. Whether you’re on the brink of attempting suicide or a suicide survivor. Everybody hurts. I’ve recently blogged stories from two friends who are suicide survivors in the build […]

15 Nov 2012 Gratitude

One Month of Gratitude – my story. I am grateful that I have not lived in a time of war in my country; like the great wars and the ongoing […]

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