We, my family and I are standing on the threshold of something we can’t rightly fathom. It is bracing. There is colour in our cheeks. We are waiting to begin.
The public pool is a funny place. You are half naked among strangers, engaged in the most physical of activities, your body and soul laid bare by its exertions.
How do you commemorate a Birthday in death? How do you celebrate one’s arrival when they have already departed? I would light candles for you now, in celebration, only to extinguish them in two months time in mourning. These are strange bookends.
So what do I really have to say about Christmas? So many amazing, beautiful and inspiring words have been crafted about the festive season, what could I possibly have to say on this day of days that could compare? What insightful and profound discovery have I made about the holiday seasons that have never been... Continue Reading →
Sometimes when you enter into an arrangement, whether it be personal or otherwise, you get more than you expected. Hair was one of those things.