So I am back here sitting at the kitchen table with my family, having made sense of everything.
Without a doubt it has been an incredible, heart rendering and uplifting journey for me. I have crossed paths with the most amazing and interesting people who make such a positive difference to the everyday world that we live in.
“Life hangs on a very thin thread and the cancer of time is complacency. If you are going to do something, do it now. Tomorrow is too late.” – Pete Goss.
I want to thank Sammy James Dodds for helping to improve my photographic knowledge and for taking the ‘arty’ shower photo.
I am so appreciative of everyone who followed my blog. I knew that I was sharing the experience with you all as it was happening!
I would like to thank Lily and Ella for all the encouragement and support they gave me and for taking care of everything while I was away.
Finally, thanks to Harry for helping with this video which was such fun to make and an everlasting memory.
HOPE AND BEYOND with London Grammar by Irene Robinson.