Life after cancer
For me being kind is not a choice, not something I have to work hard at, not something I think twice about... it comes from deep within my soul. But I pity those who assume this makes me an easy target, vulnerable to their petty games and badly hidden jealousy, for I have insightful eyes and… Continue reading Kindness is not a choice…but beware
“Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most photographed women in the world, and every fashion choice she made was closely scrutinised. Our exhibition explores the story of a young woman who had to quickly learn the rules of royal and diplomatic dressing, who in the process put the spotlight on the British fashion industry and designers”, said Eleri Lynn, curator of the exhibition.
I am currently putting together a post on Diana, Princess of Wales, the People's Princess, and Mother to the future King's dresses. This summer, the 20th year since her tragic death I was able to see them at Kensington Palace and the exhibition was as special as she was. I just need to make the… Continue reading Diana ~ Her dresses & their enduring stories remembered after 20 years
While I was in hospital going through the extremely brutal Leukaemia treatment I spent a lot of time fantasising about how great my life would be once my body went into remission! Well surprisingly I am still waiting for that rush of euphoria I dreamed of! Maybe a few years down the line, five years,… Continue reading Remission – Running Forever!