On most days, performers are praised for their grace on stage. But I assure you that with a klutz such as myself, that grace can be lost within a blink of an eye. Having just celebrated International dance day, I took a trip down memory lane of my clumsiest theatre moments.
This week two years ago was the happiest and scariest week of my life. We had the first performance of 'The Addams Family', but we also received news of dad's aneurysm and Malta's first COVID-19 case. The past two years have literally been life altering, but I believe that I've really grown from these experiences.
Life has become too fast and hectic. We all reach points where we need to wind down. What better way to do this than with a short break in nature?
At times life throws random experiences in our paths and it is up to us whether to take them on and try something new, or just ignore them and stick to our usual routine. So what did life have to offer in the past weeks?
Another letter to Dad, this time as I’m trying to get through my first Father’s Day without him. I can never be grateful enough for all that he’s given me in life. The pain has not got any better 9 months after losing him, and I’m still not ready to live without him.
I had started writing this post last year, but never actually published it. Reason being that I couldn’t imagine how difficult a day like this is for anyone who lost a mother, isn’t close or on good terms with their mother, is trying to become a mother, or has lost a child. After losing daddy 8 months ago though, I truly feel that we should celebrate our parents and their endless love for us, every day of our lives.
Over the past weeks women have been speaking about a fear they’ve been experiencing for most of their life. You might tell me, more of this? We’re sick of hearing the same thing over and over again. Perhaps I should have posted this a couple of weeks ago, but perhaps not, because we shouldn’t let... Continue Reading →
One this day last year, a not so brave woman finally found the courage to take a risk and put herself, and some of her crazy thoughts ‘out there’. After years of deliberation and months of preparation, and with assistance and a big push from two amazing friends, I finally hit the publish button and... Continue Reading →
I know I don’t look particularly fit or athletic, but at this point, this is therapy. Pixie thoroughly enjoys the sessions too. (It’s taking a lot of courage for me to post these images.) This week I shared one of the biggest challenges I’ve been struggling with for most of my life. I described how... Continue Reading →
This is what it looks like on the outside. This ‘invisible disability’ has been, and will continue to be, one of the biggest challenges in my life. It is incredibly difficult to live in constant pain, and thoughts of the future, knowing that the pain will only intensify are an absolute nightmare. Here’s a little glimpse into one of my biggest vulnerabilities and struggles.