There aren’t any magic words. Grief is a terrifying, raw, sickening and overwhelming emotion. I never know what to say… So I stick with just that: “I don’t know what to say, and anything I might offer to do to help will feel hollow and absurd compared to the pain that you are … More At a Loss… for more than words.
Sometimes, it confounds me how secure my husband is with our relationship, himself, and his path. It’s inspiring. He has down turns when he doubts himself, but today he is sure-footed and confident on his path. This morning I woke up at 6:30, and shortly after, Grumpy stirred and we discussed his rather stellar … More Dreaming of my Husband?
There have been a couple of ongoing themes this week. Somehow, religion and spirituality keep coming up. A woman who I respect a great deal, who shares an active and admirable Christian faith with her husband and family, shared this post: It got me thinking about how great the basic tenants of most religions … More Religion, Tolerance and Friendship Meanderings on a Grey Friday
I know that some Shake their heads Whisper to each other Under their breath “She’s just such a spectacle, And those poor darling kids.” But I feel respectable – In my parenting bids I know, I know, I know – I’m the sweary mum, They scary mum, The dancing in my chairy mum … More Poem for Spectacular Parents
Nothing Much to Say on this Saturday I’ve made a personal goal to write every day though, so let’s see how long this conviction sticks. Today, I don’t have anything particularly wise or useful to impart, so I’ll just go train of thought for a bit. I’m 36,000 feet over the … More Needy? Yes InDEEdy!
We adore the fine folks at Tritium. They have been working with us to provide the worlds largest privately owned fast charging network, and their culture, integrity and beautiful design keeps us very happy customers indeed. Here are some pictures from our recent visit to the Tritium team, who are based close to Brisbane airport. … More Tritium Visit
Flight NZ23 touched down in Auckland at 5:05 am this morning. I do not regret for a single moment the exceptionally impulsive decision I made to fly all the way to Canada for a concert, and then fly home. I’ve got a whole big blog about burying my youth and appreciating the few small gems … More Loyalty, Laughs, and a Little bit of Lunacy