Sunday, November 18, 2012

Its now time. I'm in a good place.

Its now time.  I''m in a good place these days.  I feel over the last month or so I have that old get up and go feeling back.  I lost that feeling nearly 2 years ago.  Stopped doing alot of things.  Trying to come to terms over losing my little sister but now I believe the greiving is finished.  You know I will never ever stop thinking about her.  Tell me is it normal for a sister to grieve this long?  I'm not sure.  I know when I lost my older sister I didn't feel that way.  May be because she had terminal cancer and she was in so much pain we all prepared ourselves.  Any way a new start for me.  I have been fiddling around for the last year or so with Green me up Granny and not really going to far with it.  That was my choice.  I really didn't have a vision as such but now I have. But what amazed me was a handful of beautiful people stuck by me and continued to support me.  Thank you. 
 The new website Green me Up Granny has just gone live on the weekend.  It was perfect weather in Queensland to stay in doors and build this site.   In the coming months I will be making a presence regularly at local markets etc.  I am also looking at restocking and making contact with previous retailers who use to stock my goodies.  I have loads of new soaps and body products.  I am releasing my Soy Wax Candles in the next couple of weeks. 

Next year will be great.  I am determined eventually to some day reopen my little retail business.  It will be a few years down the track.  I'm on a 4 year plan to do this.  Not sure where.  I would like one local but you know since my Tassie holiday a year ago I can't get that magical place from my mind.



  1. Oh Sue, you've suffered so much loss in your life, it's understandable to need that time to grieve. I wish you all the best in all your renewed endeavours :-) xx

  2. Hi Sue I am sending you some love and hope for your future endeavours all the way from beautiful Tasmania. I believe we all grieve in different ways and there is no normal. I lost my dear mother nine years ago and I feel my grieving could have gone on forever but it slowly subsided. You will begin to feel back joy back in your life when you are ready, don't rush it. Xx