The Love of What I Do
Humans of South Auckland kindly wrote a small blurb on me this last week just gone. It was about how it all started and how I feel with what I do.
It all started with my mother, as most of you would have read on my blog, but I truly love what I do. I love going to visit ladies who are going through their journey, hearing about their ups and downs and getting advice. Everyone has opinions and sometimes talking to someone is all you need.
I find with what I do, although I mainly am helping ladies with hats, that sometimes ladies just need to talk. They need to hear experiences, where it be mine or my journey with my mother, to have an ear to listen to them or to talk through how they are feeling.
The hardest thing I find is when I leave a lady I have just visited. It makes me realise that life is so short and the things I worry about in my life are just small things daily and in the scheme of things are a waste of time letting my thoughts worry about. It is a very humbling experience I gain from all my visits to lovely ladies houses, lodges, and hospitals and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
If you have anyone going through chemotherapy and going through this challenge in their life, the best advice I can give is to lend an ear, lend a helping hand and most of all be there for the person in your life…it will be greatly appreciated.
Here is the link to the blurb about me kindly written by Humans of South Auckland – http://hosa.co.nz/kerrin/