When creating the first page of The Rainbow Zoo – Wild Afterlife book, I believed it was important to create a silver lining – particularly for children when losing a family pet. Have you ever heard the metaphor “every cloud […]
I grew up in a small three-bedroom home and always shared a room with one of my two sisters. We never had TV back then and I recall lying in bed most nights telling them stories about the first word they could think of. Whatever they asked me to tell them a story about, I would just make some random story up that seemed to intrigue and delight them.
I haven’t always felt connected to animals or understood the love and connection one can share with an animal or family pet. However, when my husband Shane bought our German Shepherd, Lucy, home from the Animal Welfare League, she became my walking partner, my running buddy, my shadow and my furry, four-legged BFF.
In April 2005 I attended a 2 day life coaching seminar in Brisbane. It was a weekend of learning how to be successful and finding clarity on ones life purpose. As a full-time mum I was quite consumed with family life however, was searching for something seperate to that and I guess the creative side in me was yearning to be expressed