When you start writing a blog you don't realise how much part of your life it will become, how much you grow to love respect and appreciate every single person who visits your blog, and how you genuinely begin to care for those families who you read about n return on other peoples blogs.
So it is only natural when you read a heart stopping blog post like the one that was posted to one of my favourite Blogs on 1st August - An update, that you are shocked and not quite sure what to do other than send your thoughts and wishes and hope for the very best.
Blogging is like watching someones life unfold, witnessing the photos of happy moments where children eat ice cream and play together, learning laughing growing.
Then when something happens, something unexpected and devastating blogging can be a great source of support too.
When the blogging community heard of Kerry from MultipleMummy had suffered a hemorrhage in the brain following a ruptured aneurysm, bloggers everywhere rushed to message their support, and every time MultipleDaddy left a blog post we joined sending out thoughts and love and hope that Kerry would improve to be back with her family and joining the blogging community she was such a part of.
Today it is almost 5 months since Kerry took ill, and today everyone in the blogging community is being encouraged to continue sending positive vibes, love and thoughts of healing to her. Remembering the amazingly full of life Kerry pushing hard to fill the cyberwaves with such healing that they reach the whole MultipleMummy family and help bring some good news to them all this Christmas.
Liska at New Mum Online organised a blog hop to get the #Healing4Kerry going she posted some photos of the times she met Kerry in Real life, lots of bloggers have joined in and MultipleDaddy himself put together a beautiful montage of photos however I have never actually met in real life any of the bloggers who I inspire me so much so I unfortunately do not have any photos to share of Kerry, however the blog post from MultipleDaddy just a week after the first post about her being ill, had a photo of Kerrys keyboard with a paper word - Hope.
Such a simple beautiful sentiment and if there is one thing we all have it is Hope, so I am sending my thoughts today to Kerry, I am hoping it helps.