When I was a little girl, my family used to go on regular long-distance trips to western NSW, or to Queensland to visit relatives. Often, we would stop on the side of the road for a break, especially as we got older and the laws changed regarding driving long distances particularly at night, seat belts … Continue reading WEEDS…….every gardener’s nightmare
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In June 2018, Grandma was admitted to hospital. My Aunty found her lethargic, hardly breathing and unresponsive and immediately called an ambulance. It was discovered she had heart problems, so the doctors put her on medication. Upon hearing the news Grandma was in hospital, my first sister, my niece, my youngest son and myself decided … Continue reading IT’S NOT GOODBYE, IT’S SEE YOU LATER…..part one
It isn’t much fun when you look in the mirror and hate the person looking back. You don’t tend to see anything good in that person. It’s hard to imagine anyone loving you the way you long for. But are you looking in the right place for that love? If you are looking everywhere except … Continue reading WORTHY OF YOUR LOVE
Don’t you just hate it when you realise someone has taken advantage of you?......
Love. You can love anything really. You can love your mum and dad. You can love your brother and sister. You can love your children. You can love your husband and wife. You can love your cat, dog, bird, fish, lizard. You can love your bike or car or skateboard. You can love flowers, trees … Continue reading Love Is Made Of Glass
When it comes to donating the organs of yourself or your loved ones, it is a serious decision which is literally a life and death situation. What would you do if faced with being placed on a waiting list for yourself or a loved one? Would you accept if you previously declined to be a donor? Or would you stick to the decision which led you to decline being a donor in the first place? And will your decision for your own body influence the wishes of someone directly related to you, such as a child, or parent, or spouse? Or would you not even blink twice at the life altering generosity of what an organ donation would mean to someone dying?