The other day, I was reading an article about a guy who had to choose between saving his wife and saving his unborn child. I couldn’t imagine being in that position and having the strength to decide something like that.
The story goes that his wife had been five months pregnant with their first child when she noticed a small lump on her breast, which then grew in size in two months. After testing, they found out that she had breast cancer.
The would-be parents had a hard decision to make: should they take the risk of letting the tumour grow for another two months until their baby was born or should they start treatment for cancer and risk losing their first child? …
If any of my family members or close friends are making Anzac biscuits, they always make it a point to call me. Why? Because the first time I made it for my daughter’s birthday, I made quite the impression (so they say).
I was quite the sensation on Facebook after one of my friends posted about it and everyone poured in with lovely comments (It was certainly gratifying to be recognised for something that’s not part of my job!).
I remember visiting the Coles close to home the next day, and noticed that all kinds of baked cookies were on sale. …
I don’t know about you but I’m sure parents can relate when I say that once you have kids, nothing around the house is really yours.
Don’t get me wrong, kids are great-but when it comes to personal belongings, nothing is off-limit.
It’s only recently that I realised that my kid has laid claim to my phone too.
A friend of mine wanted me to forward a few emails I had received from a home design company that I had subscribed to a few months back via my personal Gmail account. …