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tears, snow cones & human kindness...pass it on

I love getting “difficult” patients, you know the kind people call a-holes? Most people are happy to pass them off. Yesterday I was helping out with one such patients, not as her primary nurse, but I was told that she wanted to go home AMA (against medical advice). 855 more words


Unforgettable moments - capturing their value. 

Hi everyone I hope you are all well. So today I want to mention the value of unforgettable moments. They can be great for cheering us up when we’re feeling down, for helping us feel gratitude when it seems nothing is going our way, they can help us learn lessons and they can also be fab talking points. 421 more words



Dad is home and doing well.  Thank you for all the support and good wishes.

I have allergies.  I’ve been doing allergy shots for 5 years or so.   358 more words


The Weekly Daly Roundup #2 .. 26/07/15

Been a busy week being the first week of the holidays.  Trying to juggle time with the family and fitting in work.  Attempting to make the kids the priority but still fulfilling commitments. 336 more words

Blended Family

Honestly. Thankful.

“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” ~ G.K. Chesterton

The only way I can clearly describe the last day or so is perhaps a major shift in thinking.

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Fireman Frank Forbay - Tintswalo Lodges real life super hero

Frank Forbay was one of the brave firemen on duty during the devastating Cape Fire which destroyed most of our beloved Tintswalo Atlantic. Frank was fighting the fire at the lodge, when a gas bottle exploded, burning his face and hands. 231 more words


A seemingly hopeless state of mind.

With my 25th birthday coming up, I am lost in translation.

Who am I? How do I adult? How do I have fun without the need to numb my senses in copious amounts of drugs and alcohol. 130 more words