Posts Tagged ‘grief’

Heavyweight Memories

Memories. Things that are remembered. For me: these memories are heavy, an encumbrance, a millstone around my neck. A heavy weight. Memories. Things that are remembered. For me: some memories are happy, and welcome. Other memories, not so much. This time of year is difficult: last Saturday marked Hugo’s second birthday. As much as Martin […] Read more…

Proud to be Shortlisted for the Tommy’s Mum’s Voice Award

I’m very proud and delighted to have reached the shortlist of the Tommy’s Mum’s Voice Award, sponsored by Seraphine. The award “celebrates a mum who has spoken out about her own experience and given hope to others.” It is in recognition for the work I do in Hugo’s memory – raising awareness of HELLP syndrome, […] Read more…

Let It Go?

Let it go, they say Learn to let live, learn to let go. Wise words: To an extent.   You can let go of some things. The things we spend time worrying about. (Especially the things we cannot control). Imagining those worries as a balloon And letting go of it Watching it fly higher and […] Read more…

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