A New Year’s Eve tale

2015 has been quite a year. For her and for many people fighting their own battles, their own grief, their own inner demons. And 2015 has taught the girl a few things… She’ll never know anything about the plan because it’s way better - in many ways - to live in the unexpected beauty of the universe. She will go on - whether she wants it or not - because life does go on and it’s up to us to keep up with the pace of the train. And now, as she’s falling asleep and switching off the light, she’s lighting a sweet scented candle, remembering the one she used to spend all of her 31st-s with, and to all of those she loves, she wishes all the best for the upcoming year.
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My father, my Hero

2 months ago, I was about to go to sleep and wake up the following morning for what was going to be the worst day of my life… A couple of weeks ago, I met Alex, who I interviewed and who agreed to share a bit of my dad’s story,…
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Belle France, je t’aime ♥

*** I was going to watch a film Friday night, when I received a ‘Guardian alert’ on my phone, mentioning some shootings across Paris. I didn’t realise the scope of these first, but out of curiosity, I reopened my computer and went onto so many different news sites, allowing me to…
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All Saints’ Day 2015

Writing this on All Saints’ Day doesn’t mean much for me, because I don’t need a sort of ‘special’ day in the year to think about my departed dad. But because it might make more sense to some of you, I thought I’d give it a go… © Photo by…
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To my dad…

It’d been days that I was waking up every morning with this pain in my chest and this grief in my heart, scared of hearing that you were gone… Now, you are. And I don’t know why some people think I could find the words for this while no else…
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