04 Jun


I spent my birthday on a bus from East London to Johannesburg last Thursday. I had two options really. I haven’t had the best of birthdays since my 24th. 25 was a disaster, 26 was plain lonely because I’d just changed cities after 7 years, and now 27 was a choice. On the Sunday before my birthday I received word that one of my closest friends had lost her father, and the funeral was to be the coming Saturday…No one ever has to loose someone so dear to them and be shown no support by those who live and claim to love them. READ MORE…


Posted by on June 4, 2012 in Personal, Thoughts


4 responses to “GRIEF IS PRIVATE

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      June 14, 2012 at 06:34

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