Toilet Stall Wisdom


These were discovered in a toilet stall at a young people's theatre. The writings really spoke to me, and I had to photograph them. I wonder where these kids are now; whether they are still performing? I hope that they all have grand lives and I thank them for their ponderings. 'Acting isn't about putting... Continue Reading →

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Dismantling of Mental Health Services in Australia


It is with dismay and disbelief that the following came up on my news feed yesterday. Headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, providing early intervention services to 12-25 year old's. The centres are located in major cities, as well as regional and rural areas of Australia. They don't look like a mental health... Continue Reading →

The Wish Game App


   I have always had a healthy cynicism regarding the positive thinking movement. I think most survivors do, having repeatedly heard such chestnuts as "forget the past, look to the future."  I once took a call at a luncheon from the IVF scientist in charge of taking care of my two precious embryos. They informed... Continue Reading →

The Nation Grieves with You


I couldn’t have said it better than Getting Real with PTSD.

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My thoughts keep turning today to the massacre in Florida and the family and friends of those so cruelly murdered.  Their grief is unfathomable.  I just wanted to take some time on my blog to grieve with them.  We, as a nation, are seeing the photos of your loved ones’ faces and letting them imprint on our hearts.

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A Wedding Brimming with Love


My daughter and I attended the wedding of a dear friend a short while ago. It was fortunately scheduled exactly a week before wild weather flooded our area, making road closures necessary. In the spirit of the couple, the wedding was held inside a barn, and had a rustic, low-key vibe. There was even a... Continue Reading →

The Tide is finally Turning! (trigger warning)


I won't go into the details of the crime, other than to say that the offender was sentenced to a paltry six months in prison, though looks set to serve only three. When I read how his father sprang to his defense, and attempted to minimize his actions, I couldn't believe it. Here is the... Continue Reading →

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