This morning, sitting in the garden in the sun, I wrote a poem. I want to dedicate it to everyone who supports my creative work, especially my Patrons.
Last Friday was National Poetry Day. My local independent bookstore, Page and Blackmore, ran a national poetry competition and I got second place. Here’s the poem.
This week’s column in the Nelson Mail looked at health policy in the context of the election. I was interested in what might affect me as a young, disabled woman Continue Reading →
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about inheritance and heritage lately, and asking my family questions about my grandmothers and great grandmothers and what their lives were really like.
I thought I’d do a bit of a health update, for those of you who follow that part of my story. It’s been a month since I was diagnosed with Continue Reading →