Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Healing Thoughts for Kerry

I checked my emails on the 1st of August and as usual there was a smattering of junk mail and a few updates from the blogs that I subscribe to by email. I don't have a huge amount of blogging friends but the ones I do have are simply lovely, wonderful people.

I opened an update from one of my friends. Here it is here. It's one of those moments when you can't actually comprehend what you are reading, shock and disbelief take over. 

Kerry's Blog 'Multiple Mummy' was one of the first blogs I started reading when I started my blog 2 years ago. I love her carefree attitude to life and she always struck me as genuinely kind person. I had the privilege of meeting Kerry in person when I went to the CyberMummy conference last year. We hit it off straight away as we had lots in common. It's strange with online friends when you meet them in person as you already know them so well. We spent the evening drinking wine and sharing photos of our kids. 

The email update I opened on the 1st of August told me that Kerry had suffered a brain haemorrhage following a ruptured aneurysm. I've since followed Kerry's progress through her husbands posts on her blog. He is doing a great job keeping the blog going through this difficult time. I know this will mean a lot to Kerry as she worked so hard to make her blog so successful. 

This was the last update from Multiple Daddy where Kerry had taken a turn for the worst due to an infection which put her recovery back a bit. I am wishing for the day that I check my emails and there is an update from Kerry's blog and it's her, on her way home to her loving family. I can't wait until the old MumEnTum gang can meet up again. 

My good friend Liska over at NewMumOnline is holding a #Healing4Kerry event on Saturday at 10pm. I will certainly be thinking about her at this time as I often do daily. Hoping and praying for her health and her safe return to her family. 

If you are a religious person maybe you could put a prayer up for her, if you are not religious maybe you could send some healing vibes her way. 


  1. I have not had the priviledge of reading Kerry's blog but saw Liska's post the other day about Healing4Kerry and think it is such a lovely idea. It such a horrid situation and I will send a prayer her way for her and her family x

  2. I think about her often, it's heartbreaking. Such a lovely post x

  3. I go about my day and forget about it then something reminds me of her. You are right Susan, it is heartbreaking. x

  4. I love the idea of a collective 'energy' or prayer for her. I hope that when she recovers and looks back at these posts, she will see how many people love and care for her

  5. thanks lovely x

  6. lovely photo of you & Kerry x

  7. Mummyandthebeastie25 November 2012 at 19:47

    I have a similar picture too. It seems Kerry touched so many of our lives and she is never far from any of our thoughts xx

  8. Beautiful post and great picture of the two of you.


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