Some information and reflection on Triple Negative Breast Cancer Day 2018
Have you been inspired by someone you don't know since been diagnosed with cancer?
Supporting each other when grieving
Celebrating my blogoversary
Living in the present moment helps anchor ourselves.
The wonder of life and how sometimes things just connect...
Some tips on how to avoid social isolation after cancer
And so we are now counting down the days to Christmas. The excitement is infectious in our house as preparations are well underway. Cakes nearly iced. Presents nearly wrapped. Sticky tape could be found anywhere. No one can find the scissors and no one is owning up to who lost it! Of course we have… Continue reading Happy Christmas!
And so the weeks pass and grief remains steadfast in our lives. We are in the midst of the Christmas season now and mostly as a family we are getting by. Another tradition we have when bereaved is that we don't send Christmas cards the first Christmas after a loved one dies. The… Continue reading Christmas Cards
When I was growing up in Ireland the eighth of December was traditionally the day when the Christmas season began. On the religious side, for Roman Catholics, it marks the feast of the Immaculate Conception. This day was commemorated with a day off school, attending mass and, if we were lucky enough, a trip to… Continue reading Christmas Season