It’s great to have you here.
From August to October 2016, my partner Kev and I walked the Camino de Santiago.
800 kilometres across North-Western Spain, we walked from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela.
We took a bus to Finisterre, walked to Muxia and cab back to Santiago.
I was in deep grief as we boarded the plane from Australia to Europe.
The preceding year my father had died and we had ended a decade long infertility journey, sadly without children.
This blog recreates that journey.
I’m very much looking forward to sharing the adventure with you.
A bit more about me
I run a counselling practice for people experiencing involuntary childlessness and reproductive grief. This includes both in person and online appointments. You can contact me through the Contact Link on the navigation tab of this blog.