This has come sooner that I had anticipated. Mixed emotions I do say! Part of me would love to have you remain my baby forever and the other gets really excited about the woman you are becoming. You are a beautiful flower to watch, blossoming in your thinking and understanding of your world and those … Continue reading Chapter 13
Life is diaspora has meant different things to us as a family. One of the many things we have learnt and embraced is eczema. Yes the severe dry skin. It may sound trivial but this dry skin showed us through our daughter that it can be a menace.Our beloved daughter was born with beautiful baby … Continue reading Diaspora living
A dear cousin sent me this amazing youtube clip below 👇🏾 and I had to share. Initially, I was going to copy and paste on social media, praying that it blesses someone like it did to me.Right there in that process of doing that ,I begun to reflect in action. The message touched me, as … Continue reading Loving your children
August 2012 Olde Barn hotel.Thanks to Facebook for this reminder. What sweet memories!! These two have now grown very fast right before our eyes. We didn't know THEN the memories we were creating and the rituals that have now become so ingrained as family traditions.I pray for our children. I pray that they will find … Continue reading My gift to my children
Musings of a transnational mama: Two weeks of summer holidays already gone, time flies indeed. Summer holidays are fun. For many parents it's a lovely break from the school run and early mornings. They can be a blessing summer holidays. A time to reflect and renew together as a family. A time to mellow on … Continue reading Summer-saults.
Came across this article and had to share. Enjoy ❤ http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_59689522e4b09e26b6d7670d
Woke up today feeling rather exhausted. It's been a month since I started my new job. Reality has since set in and I have found myself busier than anticipated. That certainly has had a knock on effect on my mental and emotional health. The English weather and the commute has not helped. The train commute … Continue reading The woman in me
You can rise above the storm
It feels good to be back to writing again. I have been away from the blog due to work commitments. I normally write whilst on the train commuting to and from work. The past few days I have been driving due to change in location of where I was working. Anyway, I attended a training … Continue reading Love wins.