I read recently that ‘comedian’ Ricky Gervais made a joke about dead babies on his current stand-up tour. After being criticized for it, he arrogantly alluded to it on Twitter stating: “"Is there any subject you shouldn't joke about?" is no less ridiculous a question than "Is there any subject you shouldn't talk about?" Making… Continue reading “Comedian” Ricky Gervais Makes Revolting Joke About Baby Loss
So it begins. The tenth anniversaries of when I lost my babies have now begun with today. 10 years ago today, I went into labour at work, sat at my desk. I remember panicking and sobbing with the pain and the thought that the precious lives I was carrying were in danger. I remember it… Continue reading The First of my Angel’s Anniversaries Start Today
This year’s Comic Relief felt like one long, drawn out, unfunny joke. The BBC raided their list of at-a-loose-end comics and some ‘well known’ presenters to staff this dire experience. I am still trying to work out who the lass in the silver skirt was. Whatever her day job is, I suggest she stick to it… Continue reading Train Wreck Comic Relief Cheated Charity Fundraising With Abysmal Show
Because if it wasn't for us keeping their beautiful memories alive, then who else will remember them? They cannot be on this earth themselves, so they must live on through our love and through our memories and through our words.
I’ve been struggling to understand why I’ve felt more down than usual (even for me) over the past few days. I've eaten too much, struggled to concentrate and been barely able to sleep. However, the answer is obvious and I think I’m hiding from it and trying to distract myself from thinking about it, but… Continue reading Nearly 10 Years Since My Daughters Died – And I am Struggling
(Pls note this review contains a trigger warning at the bottom. The review itself does not contain a trigger). Adam somehow got it wrong. Whilst on holiday, he impulsively proposed to the girl he is madly in love with – only for her to not only turn him down, but insist the relationship ends. Adam… Continue reading Review: Together Apart by Natalie K Martin
Peggy Hillcoat is an average eight year old girl in 1976. She likes Sugar Puffs, climbing trees, listening to the Railway Children album and hanging out with her friend from school, Becky. At home though, there is something not quite right going on. Her mother is a celebrated German pianist, Ute Bischoff, who scandalously married… Continue reading Review: Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller