Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2014«

Eulogy for a great young man

March 31, 2014


I am awake at 4am, utterly shocked. I just found out an awesome person I briefly knew, a good friend of my brother’s, died yesterday in Cambodia. Last year I was introduced to this super handsome bearded guy who had walked the Comino in Spain with my brother. He was a really good laugh, was […]

The breakthrough that changed things

March 26, 2014


A few weeks ago, I went on this course called the Landmark Forum. With bold claims that it changes your life for the better, I went with excited intrepidation.  But the morning of the first day, I got a text saying my grandpa had died. I still went on the course, but by the afternoon […]

The reason I started this blog….

March 22, 2014


…was for the very headspace that I’m in right now. I hate the way I feel so much. My flatmate will tell me something about peppermint tea, and I register it whilst i’m doing the washing up, but am not able to say anything back as my head was caught up in the overwhelming feeling […]

Weaving through breathlessness

March 17, 2014


A week later and i’m not especially great. I’m okay. Knockbacks graze my knees and my spine curls. There was this one thing keeping me going whilst my grandpa was dying, and it came in the form of a couple of texts ‘I hope you’re okay’ and ‘Hopefully see you next week?’ a delicious collection […]

When you see someone die, it changes you

March 8, 2014


Forgive the blunt title, I was going to call it ‘The Long Old Road’ but then realised no one would click on it. The reason i’ve been quiet on here lately, is due to a few reasons… but mainly because I’ve just spent the last few weeks at the hospital, waiting for my grandfather to […]