My favourite chocolate bar is Mr. Big. It’s the most satisfying blend of crispy wafer, creamy caramel, melty chocolate and crunchy peanuts. It’s pretty much heaven in an edible stick. Last week our office had someone come in with a box of candy and chocolate for charity. The idea is that when you want a
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The past couple of weeks have been particularly dark around here. Given my recent struggles I found it necessary to explore the depths of my disorder and dispel any romanticized ideas I had about when I was ill. My therapist has always said that when in recovery, it is common to romanticize the times when
Well, after a week at the cottage, it’s back to home life and reality again. I remember last year clearly – I had just experienced both the worst and best weekend of my life. It was early September, 5 months after I committed to recovery. I was gaining weight and having a very hard time
Swimming is one of those magical moments where you become almost weightless. Your body’s relationship to the ground shifts. No longer are you mass being pulled into the earth in varying amounts (depending on time of day, what you’ve had to eat or drink) by which you feel the need to measure your self worth.
Today I am leaving for the cottage, travelling about 5.5 hours up north to spend a week at a cottage on a lake with my husband and 2 other couples. I am incredibly excited, but still feeling a bit nervous. Last year in September we went to the same cottage with 3 other couples and