Thank you for visiting my blog, I really appreciate you stopping by. I’m Bonita, a mum-to-be, writer, wife, animal lover and most importantly, human. I would love to tell you how amazing of a person I am, how I magically make this world a better place, or how I climbed Kilimanjaro. I wish it was all true… Instead, I will tell you who I really, really, am.
I’m a slightly bonkers person with a lot of love to give. I find interest in most things, which is why you will see a variety of blog posts here. Don’t get me wrong, at first, most things annoy the sh*t out of me. However, if you show me a picture of a baby, cat, dog or any cute animal (except insects – they scare me!) and I will melt like butter.
My current home is Bristol, a city with amazing maritime history. It has everything you will ever need to survive, with some hidden gems! I live here with my amazing husband and my dog baby, Valerie. Although we have two cats, they live in Cambridgeshire countryside with my parents (they aren’t very street wise and get stressed out very easily) and enjoy the peace and quite there. Of course, we visit them often for lots of hugs and kisses.
All in all, I am not perfect in any way and am still learning a lot about the world. I plan to share what I learn with you and feel free to correct me where I am wrong!
My journey in a few words
I am a woman with a dream to be a good mother. A dream I had since childhood, and a dream I worked my darn hardest to achieve. You see, although I had a great start to my career since turning into an adult, becoming a mother was one of the toughest challenges I have ever faced. Why? Well, we hit the fertility issues wall at a very early stage in our marriage. My husband and I decided to get checked soon after we got married and the result was something we could have never prepared for. The last 7 years have tested our relationship in more ways than I can count. The good thing is, it has made us stronger. Together, we climbed mountains to get where we are today. This includes my struggle with severe depression, anxiety and many trips to the hospital. I am not ashamed of having problems, they have made me who I am today, they have made me a better person than I was and taught me a hell of a lot about life in general.