I’m pretty open with my child, I’m honest with the answers I give him and if I don’t know something, usually I will look it up. Something he asks about often is my dad. My dad died a long time ago. It doesn’t get easier but it does get easier to cope. Every now and
Being Resilient•Blog•Reflections on Life 13th July 2019
I didn’t have the happiest childhood. My childhood was full of heart break and divorce and I have struggled with abandonment issues for most of my life. In fact, it wasn’t until I met this wonderful husband of mine that I actually learnt to trust that someone who loved me, would stick around by choice.
I had these thoughts in my head today, about nothing much and everything. The kinda thing I write in my blog because I need somehow to process the feelings. I was making dinner and I thought, how sad that I never learnt more from my gran about how to cook her famous meals. I guess
Being an Expat•Expat Adventures•Reflections on Life 14th May 2019
A colleague asked me today how long I’d been here and I said 9 months without thinking. Then I counted and it has been ELEVEN months. In a month from now, it will be a year. A full year since we arrived in New Zealand brand new and without a clue. Without a home, or