The start of July marks halftime in the calendar year. I’m not a particularly sporty person (understatement, ha!) ...but if watching movies were a sport it would be a different story. In popular culture, what I’ve often observed in sporting movies is that halftime is a pivotal time of the game.
Ah, winter. Its my fave season. I love so much about it - soups, blankets, snuggles, hot drinks on cold mornings, fluffy socks, jackets, boots. But I also love that its over in 3 months - I'm always ready for Spring by then. Much the same when summer and autumn roll around. I think life is much the same in how it comes and goes in seasons...
I grew up hearing the phrase “hurt people hurt people” summing up the cause and effect of pain from others. It challenged me as it just felt like an endless roundabout with no hope, no change and no chance of exiting. But if that was the case with hurt, then surely the same can be said about love.
Mums. Where would we be without them? The last 7 years of my life, I have been a Mum. Blessed with three gorgeous girls, it's been a journey i couldn't ever justify with a simple post. One of the greatest gifts (cliche sounding i know) but truly it is one of the greatest gifts and honours to be chosen to be a MUM.