I remember when we were much younger, when a woman is pregnant, she’s told not to let people know until she starts to ‘show’.
I remember when I wrote the Thesis for my Undergraduate Degree. The Topic of this Thesis was Occupational Hazards. We tried to examine the relationship between causes of Death and Occupation.
“…Seeing you always had me in mind, I can’t stop wishing you left for my sake. If you did, I’d have still had you here with me…”
“Help!!!” She Screamed as loud as her 13 year old voice could carry. “Scream all you want. We’re all alone baby”, he said with a snicker, his breath a stink of stale tobacco. She quickly realised he was right. They were alone. All alone. she wearily resigned herself to him as he tore her clothes and shoved her to the ground. She was brutalised. And forever so. He was her uncle too. Did You Know? […]
It’s amazing how a precious family, in spite of the devastation of a loss, can offer strength to numerous unknown people. This is the story of Natalie & Brian Morgan, whose daughter was born sleeping. As I read through the story, I just couldn’t help remembering them in my prayers. They’ve been on my mind since that time. I can’t pretend to understand this sort of pain of seeing your beautiful treasure taken away from […]
It’s natural for anyone to be anxious about change. Change of any kind comes with its fears and share of ‘what ifs’. In our last post we took a look at How To Help Your Child Ease Into The New School Year. In addition to all the points highlighted in that post, there are certain things that can help your child adjust well to a New School.