Monthly Archives: September 2013

My 29 September

[I wrote this as the first chapter of a manuscript on my first 12 months without Clea. Some of you have read these words before but not many of you. This is my perspective of the day my daughter died. … Continue reading

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A Meaningful Life

Clea’s death 207 weeks ago forced me to rethink my life and what a meaningful life may be. Her death came as a cataclysmic shock to me. I was totally unprepared. My whole reason for being folded beneath me and … Continue reading

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Floriade 2008

Probably the only time Clea would remember having both her grandmothers together in the one country – Grandma on the left is from Australia and Yaya on the right is from Spain.

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The Sounds of Silence

I have recently finished reading The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes. The final chapter contains excerpts from witnesses in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. One concept which stood out for me was the sounds of silence which they all … Continue reading

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