Weekly Round Up
Time for this week’s round-up of the best of the blog posts which I’ve read over the past week. These are the posts that have moved me, taught me something, inspired me, and which I’ve wanted to share with you. Don’t forget if you have written a post which you would like readers to see, just leave a comment below.
Jen has put together a poignant round-up of tweets and thoughts on the death of Lisa Adams.
I just loved hearing the story and seeing the pictures of Elizabeth‘s second chance at attending her prom,
I missed my first chance at prom because I was afraid. I could have missed my second chance by being self-conscious about my body, my age, or being the only person on the dance floor. But I didn’t miss it and I had the time of my life with the man I love.
How many of your friends turned out not to be true friends when you had cancer? How many stuck around? This theme is explored on the Young Women’s Breast Cancer Blog UK this week.
A selection of guest posts on Justine’s Ever Upward blog this week – worth checking out.
JoAnn reflects on the year she has had and looks for the blessings in it.
Stunning photographs and a beautiful reminder to be in the moment courtesy of Philippa.
Rachel has advice on dealing with chemobrain.
Renee has been celebrating her wedding anniversary.
A beautiful celebration of motherhood and tradition from Yvonne Watterson.
Glorious blooms on the Seasoned Sistah blog.
If anyone is in a dark place right now, head on over to Laurel’s blog for a pep talk.
Dr Elaine Schattner shares an alarming fact – recent studies of mammography use shockingly old data.
What would happen if we applied to ourselves the gentleness we would express in letting a butterfly land on our hand or letting a baby sleep in our arms? Would we find our inner world starting to transform? Would this new way of being start to escape into the outer world and alight on things present there too?
Until next week,
Be kind to one another..and yourselves.
Yours with love