When you’re starting out on your own again after divorce, it’s almost impossible not to call on the help of others. There’s no shame in doing that. Be it money, food or someone to talk to, all these collective forms of help are our lifeline of hope in those dark days when we are stillContinue reading “No More IOUs”
Before, during and since my boys went off to university, I have had people ask me how I feel knowing they are no longer with me. There have been occasions where I know the questions are not simply about me missing them. I feel that underlying the questions are preconceived notions of what can beContinue reading “Questioning those who Question”
There are times when I come to this blog with a clear plan about what I want to say. Sometimes, the thoughts which materialise onto paper are those which have been brewing in my mind for a while. Other times, the thoughts come to the fore often last minute. In almost all those cases, theContinue reading “Me and A Thousand Others”
It’s been just over a year now since I took that leap of faith and plunged into the world of blogging. As seems to be the tradition of many bloggers, this is an appropriate point to look back and reflect. As a reminder to myself, I just read my very first blog post to seeContinue reading “A Year (and more) of MyMotherHalf”
Narcissist? Megalomaniac? Egoist? The very mention of the phrase, “me, myself and I,” suggests self-indulgence and a kind of selfishness at the expense of everyone else. As a mother constantly in the driver’s seat of life, steering my children through their academic, emotional and spiritual journeys, I know it is not only recommended to takeContinue reading “Me, Myself and I”
OK, so you’re probably expecting me to announce here that Joe Biden has been declared the successor to the White House. Whilst the world’s attention has been focused on a contest that has been played out on the world’s stage, I’m not here to discuss politics. My announcement about winning is of a much moreContinue reading “And the Winner is…..”
Honest advice to parents who think they are always right.