Goodbye for now

I feel sad to announce that this will be the last Audrey post for a while. It's a long story but the crux is that, as well as being really busy with work and uni, I need to process my thoughts before I can contemplate sharing them. I could write paragraphs and still not communicate… Continue reading Goodbye for now

New Chapter – guest post by Gene Buchanan

I'm very pleased to introduce a guest post! Thank you, Gene, for this lovely piece. 'New chapter', 'new beginning', 'a fresh start' - there are many connotations and ways of saying that we are moving on and starting a new life.It may be viewed as being necessary, healthy, invigorating, cathartic or even frightening when someone… Continue reading New Chapter – guest post by Gene Buchanan

Some thoughts about forgiveness

I'm currently reading a wonderful book called Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting by Lynn Grabhorn. Today I read her thoughts on forgiveness... I'm going to digress here slightly to share that I've been encouraged to write lighter blog posts. Less deep, less complex, less intense. Essentially, less me. But I honestly believe that the… Continue reading Some thoughts about forgiveness

Seeing in the dark

Does everything really happen for a reason? Will it ever all make sense? I wonder... Autumn is already on its sly way into 2018. Twilight creeps in earlier every day and the leaves are already starting to die on their branches as the trees prepare for rest and renewal. I adore autumn: like a crab… Continue reading Seeing in the dark

‘Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning.’

I love the line, 'Second star to the right and straight on 'til morning', in Peter Pan. But maybe the question isn't 'Where's my North Star?' but, 'Will I follow it?'. I've been reading The Chimp Paradox by Professor Steve Peters. It's an amazing book and I genuinely believe it will be incredibly helpful - if not… Continue reading ‘Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning.’

Why I write

Words are magical. Here's why I write mine down. This morning someone asked me why I write. I hesitated, considering my answer. "To express the things I don't know how to communicate in any other way." I responded. "Yeah," came the reply, "But why do you have to publish them? Why don't you keep it… Continue reading Why I write