I am scared shitless.
I haven’t been blogging much lately. One part of this is that I am crazy busy, but the other part is being too scared to put pen to paper (or fingers to keys). There is something about writing, and further, publishing it on the blog and making it public to the thousands of people that read each blog post, that makes things real. It makes my fears real.
On the 22 September, I wrote a blog post ‘Good News and Bad News’ which marked the beginning of a stressful 3 months of scans. I have kept you somewhat updated on the Dear Melanoma Facebook page and Instagram page, but I have not kept you in the loop like I normally would. Read More
Woohoo! The first Dear Melanoma Christmas Giveaway is officially here!
So, how is it going to work? It is quite simple. In the lead up to Christmas I will be posting a giveaway on Dear Melanoma’s social media, Facebook and Instagram (dear_melanoma), every few days. Each giveaway will be open for 24hrs (short and snappy) and all you have to do is answer the simple question (mentioned in each post) and you will have the chance to win one of my favourite things! Read More
I have had a few messages the last month or so from people asking if I was okay because I have been a bit quiet – thank you for checking in, it means the world! When it comes to my actual blog I have been quiet, but for those that follow the Dear Melanoma page, you would know that Serge and I have been super busy!
This observation made me sit down and think why I have not been writing as much. I do not have a pile of blogs scheduled to post on specific dates. My blog is very much written in the moment, often an hour or two before I actually publish them online. They are written in the heat of the moment, in the midst of tears and tantrums, and more often than not, when I am riding the very lowest point of the roller-coaster I call my life. Read More