Why I forgive Belle Gibson

Last night saw unprecedented measures of anger, disbelief and absolute exasperation surrounding the 60 Minutes interview with disgraced 'wellness' blogger and creator of The Whole Pantry empire, Belle Gibson. For once, I went against my better judgment and watched the interview and as a cancer survivor, I have a few things to say. Firstly, I … Continue reading Why I forgive Belle Gibson

9 1/2 weeks, Princess Diana and trampoline competitions

I've always dreamed wildly; the dreams being intensely vivid ever since I can remember. I've even dreamed about people who have 'visited' me. When I was six years old, my friend Rachel floated through my window and sat on my bed. I knew she had been very sick, and possibly knew she was dying. Rachel … Continue reading 9 1/2 weeks, Princess Diana and trampoline competitions

Books on my bedside table …

What I'm reading (and re-reading) this month: {fiction} Sufficient Grace by Amy Espeseth Beneath a Darkening Sky by Majok Tulba   {non-fiction} Collins Italian Dictionary The Tree in Changing Light by Roger McDonald (re-read) Last American Man by Elizabeth Gilbert The Bhagavad Gita Writing the Memoir by Judith Barrington A Room of One's Own by … Continue reading Books on my bedside table …