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Archive for June, 2016

WILLISpipBest (Large)My incredible sister Pip and I are having a bit of a moment… who’d have thought after 34 years as sisters and a decade of me writing about other people, now would be our time to shine! Here we are in Best Magazine. Pipsy is taking all this fame in her stride of course. When people tell her they’ve seen her in a magazine, her go-to response seems to be: ‘Did it make you cry? It usually makes people cry.’

Well she’s not wrong – we have been told a few tears have been shed. But how lucky we are to have this opportunity to share our bond with the world, to paint a picture of sibling relationships both as youngsters and now we’re getting on a bit…

LYNCHkayleighWO (Medium)There is something about the way we’ve written Kayleigh’s story in the style of an open letter to her beautiful daughters that really knocks me for six. I cry every time I read this story! Kayleigh is an incredible mum, so generous, so thoughtful, so kind. Sadly, she is battling cancer and has been told there’s only a few options left. But Kayleigh keeps fighting, for two reasons: her two gorgeous daughters.

Kayleigh is using her fee for the story to take the kids on an adventure. Money very well spent, I say. Kayleigh – we love you! If you’d like to donate to Kayleigh’s experiences, please get in touch with me and I’ll organise.

This is the heartbreaking story of twins Harry and Jessica, growing up side by side, their mannerisms mirrored in everything they did. Just looking at their photos makes my heart burst. Sadly, when Harry was five years old, he suffered a fatal asthma attack. Jess is 12 now and growing up without her twin, there’s someone missing from her photos these days. But the duo had those five wonderful years together.

 

In Harry’s memory, mum Odette has set up Harry’s Rainbow, to support other families in similar circumstances. Please do visit their website, donate, get involved, help in any way you can.

Odette shared her story with Woman magazine. If you’d like to share yours, please get in touch today.