Monthly Archives: March 2016

Conversations on dying and Celtic traditions

I was at work today, feeling exhausted I sat down for lunch at the long table with my colleagues. As usual I only  had a cup of tea as I don’t get my act ready before 5am to get any … Continue reading

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Camino Walk

Well it seems that all this writing on death and dying has got me moving in a strange way. I have never hiked, I have also never enjoyed hiking for long hours in the bush. I live surrounded by bush with … Continue reading

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Feather Power (Melissa you will like this)

I took some time to go for a walk, I had been writing non stop, I felt foggy in the head like I needed to get rid of the cob webs. I was feeling unfit because on my writing days I … Continue reading

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Is death a dirty word?

Interesting while wading through my data analysis I find some insights that I agree with and that I have been saying myself for some time. Does this make my research null and void? Aren’t I meant to be finding ‘things’ … Continue reading

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Couldn’t Put it Down

Because February was a leap year this year I missed this months blog (that is my excuse). I am just coming out of a night duty fog, it was great today to go to work in the daylight and to … Continue reading

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