Tag Archives: cancer

After you hear the words that can’t be unheared

We are looking at sooner rather than later to euthanise her … maybe this week. So, what exactly does go through your head after you hear the words that can’t be unheared? Monday 6 March But we have so much … Continue reading

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Broken and lost

It’s been 48 hours and the only two words I can use to adequately describe my state right now are: broken and lost.  I keep thinking I should do things like clean the house, tidy up the back garden in … Continue reading

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An obituary for my dog

 Bella Destiny {loved up pup, Bella the wonderpup, Belle, honey, sweet pea, honeybun [Love Bug’s favourite of late], buddy, precious, pup pal, fuzzy love, fluff bum, fuzzy soul mate, grand-pup, my heart dog}, 11 years 10 months 4 days. Late … Continue reading

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An inoperable tumour

Wednesday afternoon I’m glad I took notes because after I hung up all I could hear repeated in my ears was: an inoperable tumour … palliative care … wish I had better news … she’s had a good long life … … Continue reading

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I want to believe in the magic

Please all send a big enormous huge virtual cuddles to my gorgeous friend Emma. Today she is saying goodbye to her beautiful mumma. I want to believe in the magic of Christmas, but some days it’s hiding behind the clouds. … Continue reading

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On grief

I lay awake last night at a stupid hour thinking about my Daddy. I was also thinking about my friend Christiaan. And the paws of pup pals passed. About all of the guardian angels I have looking after me. Don’t … Continue reading

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I wish you enough

There’s a story, although I’m not sure where I read it the first time, that tells of a mother and daughter {father and son?} parting at an airport and saying I wish you enough. The story goes on to explain … Continue reading

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