Hi Everyone, I have been looking back on the last few years of my life and can’t believe how much it’s changed. 2013 was a huge year for me, I got remarried after saying for years that I would never do it again (never say never as you don’t know what’s round the corner) I also had a triple heart bypass and “died” on the table after a number of heart attacks and being very ill. And yes it’s taken a while to get back on my feet and back to work. But looking back has brought home to me just how fragile yet exciting life can be, these days I never worry about what could happen, or about how much work will come in, or allow small things to wind me up, I simply take each day as it comes and try and live it to the full. Worrying doesn’t change anything so therefore it’s a wasted effort, I go with the flow of whatever comes and life is so much easier, calmer and peaceful. Please don’t think for one minute that I have found a place of perfect peace because I haven’t, I can still wind myself up and stamp my feet, the difference is these days is that I don’t hold on to it, I experience it and let it go and nine times out of ten I laugh about it. I have always had a strange sense of humour and that ability to laugh has seen me through so many bad times and I am extremely grateful for it and for the people who have been in my life and laughed with me. I suppose all I’m trying to say is; use your sense of humour to help you through life, it wont change anything but it will make it easier. Keep on giggling even if you can’t laugh out loud.