I'm currently in a season of discontent which has opened a pathway of learning more about myself. Now it's not the case that everything is going wrong - this isn't a 'woe is me' post. But I have realised that there is a key thing missing. Having gotten married 9 months ago and moved house … Continue reading Purpose.
I had a Skype session with one of my favourite humans yesterday. We caught up on life, work, love and everything in between. It was wonderful. Today is her birthday and over Skype she confessed to me her apprehension for the day. "27!" she said "I don't know why, but it's freaking me out K. … Continue reading My generation.
I love sunflowers. I've actually never been the type of girl who had a favourite flower until I travelled to Tuscany and drove through hills upon hills of sunflowers. Their green stems stood erect whilst their beautiful yellow faces beamed at their life and - what seemed to me - their source of happiness. They … Continue reading Pang.
Perhaps the scariest thing about breaking out of writer's block after trauma is the acceptance that you are not the same writer you were...? What's your voice now? What's your style? Have you become super melodramatic or sarcastically-wonderful? ...All questions I am posing at the moment whilst I try to drag myself out of an … Continue reading New.
...even in the most insignificant details of our daily life, none of us can be said to constitute a material whole, which is identical for everyone, and need only be turned up like a page in an account book or the record of a will; our social personality is a creation of the thoughts of … Continue reading Anxiousness in the 4th Dimension.
One of the more famous grief related quotes by C.S. Lewis states: I thought I could describe a state; make a map of my sorrow. Sorrow, however, turns out to be not a state, but a process! - A Grief Observed, C.S. Lewis. More than anything at the moment, I think my family and I … Continue reading My grief observed: the holidays you dread
This post is so so overdue. The weekend of June 12th, 2015 I was blessed to be a part of the great and inexplicable experience that was the Isle of Wight Festival. Now, as a festival virgin up until this point, I didn't know what to expect. I had heard the horror portaloo stories, was … Continue reading Fleetwood Mac. Enough Said.
Pocahontas' first pivotal song is all about choice. Should I choose the smoothest course... she's caught between following a life she and her family knows is safe and secure (all that Kokoum's character represents), or to venture passed the river bend - on a river that is rough, full of bends and unexpected waterfalls. It's … Continue reading What’s Around the River Bend?
For those of you who don't know me, I have a huge love for Fleetwood Mac. They take me back to when I was a troubled teenager and couldn't deal with my hormones and emotions. They were my musical psychiatrists. Since about 11, I have wanted to see them live. After having missed them on … Continue reading Concert Bucket List
Some beautiful paths can't be discovered without getting lost. - Erol Ozan. My soul is the most fulfilled when it is fully immersed in an experience. A great example of that are my music obsessions. A good composition of sound and lyrics gets me on a natural high. I can list a myriad of reasons … Continue reading How to Enjoy Life: Let’s get Lost.