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Life’s reflexion
It is 2:30 am. I just woke up from a terrible nightmare. You know, the ones that haunt you even after you are wide awake. I started to analyze this nightmare and of course, the dead and decapitated body of my dream was obviously that of the moose that my husband had just hunted the...
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Mourning is never easy. Read When one day turn into a nightmare. The loss of a loved one, the loss of a pet, an accident, an illness, the loss of autonomy, a status quo, a great upheaval that occurs, is always difficult. The heart is torn. There is a wound. There is distress. There is...
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When the world announced a pandemic, my first reaction was fear. Fear of running out of work, running out of food, running out of money. To no longer be able to pay my bills, to take care of my children, to lose my house, to lose my financial investments, to lose my dignity once again…...
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Thank you for your support. Thank you for your shares. Thank you for your understanding. I felt loved, surrounded, understood following my last blog. Above all, I realized that I’m not alone in having moments of vertigo … You do not have to go sailing for years to question yourself. To (re) establish priorities, personal...
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We have just had supper, the children sleep, we are sipping a drink. We are listening to good music, we talk, we relax. And now Xavier Rudd sings loudly: “What does your heart say?` … I stop, I ask myself and I cry gently … My heart is relieved … finally! But what does my...
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ENGLISH BELOWTraverser la mer des Caraibes, 394 miles nautiques a franchir; beaucoup d'eau, un monde entier sous-marin sous nos pieds et beaucoup de temps a reflechir!___Crossing the Carribean sea, 394 nautical miles to cover; lots of water, a world under our feet and so much time to reflect. ... See MoreSee Less
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