One of the reasons I started Audrey was to explore my love of words and practice writing. I wrote about one of my favourite words: somehow. But now I'm thinking of another, equally poignant one - stay. Stay makes me think of things that have become reliable thanks to their familiarity. There's a sense of security… Continue reading Stay
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
I suggested it, you wanted it and now you're gonna get it! Except for the people who didn't vote on my online poll and are in no way responsible for Audrey's new 'monthly faves' feature... and will also have no idea what I'm talking about. Anyways, here's my loves of September: TV Show: 'Babylon Berlin' I can't remember how I came across… Continue reading Loves of September
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
It's funny how, sometimes, everything seems to support a certain thing. Despite being really busy lately, so much that I've read or come across has led me to contemplate a particular question (and one I first verbalised at nine months old): 'Why?' 'Why' is a question that constantly bounces amongst my brain cells. I have an insatiable… Continue reading Why?
I think it might have translated in my last few posts that I was coming to an end of a chapter. Two days ago, on Tuesday, I turned the last page. It seems a fitting time to be starting a new chapter. Relatively new month, new season, new academic year. It's refreshing and inspiring. The… Continue reading New chapters
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