Christmas Crafting Can be Theraputic

photo by Debbie Walker Christmas Crafting can be more than just for fun. It can actually work as excellent therapy in time of overwhelming feelings, especially around the festive season. Very recently I created a robin from the craft of Felting. I've never felted before this and actually had no idea what it was. However,... Continue Reading →

A place to remember my Dad

It’s been four years since I lost my Dad to melanoma and there’s not a day goes by that I don’t think of him, you never stop missing your loved ones do you? you just learn to live with the loss. June is always a difficult month, not only is it the month of Father’s... Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day

Photo by Debbie Walker March 14th 2021 in the UK was Mother's Day. A day when children get to thank their Mum's for .... well, being their Mum. Everyone has a different take on today. Some use it to make up for the rest of the year and go overboard with lavish gifts and expensive... Continue Reading →

One Year on

An original poem, by Debbie Walker A year, twelve months,Moments; A life-timeTime is broken.I feel broken.How could it be written?How can it be told?For all that we hopedWill no longer unfold.All we once knew,No longer feels true.And the sun's warmth wanesIn the deep winter's cold.LostIn this darkness, please holdmy handLet me borrow your strengthAs I... Continue Reading →

Facing Christmas following loss

How do we do Christmas after losing someone so precious? How do we prepare for festivities that seem like we're celebrating and having fun whilst such an important person is no longer here with us? Thoughts and memories crowd in, take over and then literally overwhelm. Every day I miss my mum like crazy and... Continue Reading →

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