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Wave after wave

I am a bit nervous to write this post, as I know it will leave me feeling completely vulnerable before all of you. But I know that there is a greater purpose in me sharing my heart with you, maybe the words and my story will resonate with some of you and encourage you that you to are not alone in this. Sorry in advance if this gets a bit much, or morbid, but I know I need to get this off my chest. Phew! Okay, deep breath, here I… Read More

Why I write

I stumbled across this Pin on Pinterest that said : ” Write about why you write.” At first I was like, who has time to write about “why they write?” Then for about a week afterwards I could not for the life of me shake those haunting words that were making a nest in my head. So, I decided to sit with it and really meditate and reflect on it as a means of understanding my personal WHY behind my passion for writing. I must say this was a good… Read More

Sweet potato shepherds pie

Welcome to the first recipe of the Food Fox blog post! Considering the fact that winter has just jumped right onto our laps so suddenly (frankly a little too early for my liking), I thought I’d map out a dish that has that warm wintery feel and is sure to kick-start the season. It’s also bound to be amazing and simple because it had already been tried and tested, not only by me and my very lucky husband (who also doubles as the “taste chef”), but also by a girlfriend… Read More

Brain Scans & Beach Waves

For most of you who may already know, will know that Malakai was having seizures relating to his brain. You can read a more in depth post about it over here. But for now I thought I would fast track from that last post and fill you in on the latest. POST SEIZURES As I mentioned in the previous post, Malakai has no recollection of the seizures. He thought he was in hospital for an “eina” (aka the drip) on his arm. He had his own room, with his own… Read More

I never chose toddlerhood, it chose me.

When I see parents of toddlers , I immediately feel a deep sense of respect for them and for some strange reason I hear Gangsters Paradise play in my mind, almost as if it’s a subconscious theme song for toddler living. “As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death , I take a look at my life and realize there’s nothing left “ I know you’re secretly jamming those lyrics with me as you read this. I don’t blame you it’s a personal fav of mine, and… Read More