A Girl’s Perspective- Losing Mom

Alright, here we go. She had been battling with diabetes for a while and then cancer came along. She was receiving treatment- going through chemotherapy, and she started reacting to treatment. It was killing her slowly. So as a last resort we flew her to India for treatment and that was where she passed. According... Continue Reading →

A Guy’s Perspective- Losing Mom

“Ready when you are” “Okay. Hey guys my name is Daniel and I lost my mom when I was seventeen” “Sounds a little like an AA meeting…” “Shush! This is my story let me tell it.” “Jokes aside, I know this makes you sad” “It’s been a long time, so it’s okay” “Okay. I’ll ask... Continue Reading →

Dealing With Loss

This is for you guys that have lost a parent, a sibling, or a friend. I would not pretend to know exactly what you’re going through or how you feel but I do have people in my life who have had to walk the road of anguish and they have generously agreed to share parts... Continue Reading →

Lazy Day

“Today I said I’m not doing anything. I just want to lay in my bed”. Hope I got the lyrics right. That was not my original plan but that’s my life for three days now. Am I sad about my lack of activity? Honestly I haven’t felt this refreshed in months. There’s a strike going... Continue Reading →

The Introvert In Me

Waking up late morning with a brilliant smile on my face “ooh it’s going to be a glorious day”. The birds are chirping, the power is on. Uhhun i'm going to make myself one of those Instagram looking breakfasts, soak in the tub and finally I can watch tv! It’s going to be a happy... Continue Reading →

So You’re A Mary

When I was back in university I was part of a girl group called Temple. We would come together once a week to learn and just love on one another. We used to have get-togethers and sleepovers, it was just a safe place. A few girls wanting to love and please Jesus and I learned... Continue Reading →


Like anyone else I have had my fair share of unfair moments. From being bullied, treated unfairly, teased and called names because I was different. You know how it is when something happens to you and you feel like you are not the same person you used to be. The naïve childlike person is either... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑