All this spring air has unfortunately gone to my lungs and I have been VERY sick in bed for over two weeks with a bad case of bronchitis. Finally having the high court trial over and maneuvering through life after that has also caused this body of mine to declare a time out… Stress is not a kind thing!
I look forward to having a frothy double shot cappuccino and sharing my experiences with you as soon as I feel better.
For me to pull up my proverbial writing socks, pick up my computer and share some of my recent stories with you. With some pretty big chapters closing and new and exciting ones opening there is lots to share…
We all adopt attitudes towards situations. The attitude or stance we take on things can greatly affect the way we handle things and that in turn determines the direction in which we move – either forwards – to embrace the change and overcome obstacles, or backwards to retreat into a place of possible anger bitterness, frustration and despair.
Two weeks ago I wrote a post about flourishing, and this week I had the honour and privilege of my first speaking event this year. I was invited to share about my journey and the concept of flourishing with a very special group of women.
Yesterday was a typical hot South African day. Where most sensible people headed off to the beach…no, not I… I felt like doing some retail damage… SO I headed off to the shops with the full intention of walking away with some beautiful (yet highly unneccessary) fashion item to put into my already brimming cupboard.
This is probably one of the toughest articles I will ever write. There is so much for me to say, yet seemingly not enough words in the English language to do the emotions of facing my GIants justice.
I thought it best to give myself some time and space to reflect and recover and also to look at things from a distance (literally and figuratively as I went away on a little Vay Cay down the Garden Route after appearing in court).