It is reported in the media that the crime rate has decreased immensely. Whilst we welcome the good news, Covid-19 has taken the place of violent crimes.
Some weeks ago, I found myself tossing and turning in my bed, I couldn’t sleep…. another mother and family were mourning.
Greetings families and friends, it’s another year when most families gather together for the festive season.
Dear Lord please remember our young people in a special way. Please remember those who have been offending, those who the enemy has used to do his evils and to take another person’s life.
The Nicholas Stewart Project organisation has been set up to help and support young people and families struggling with their well-being.
I didn’t cause this upon myself, I didn’t go looking for it; I was not even prepared for it... but it came, not only on my doorstep but in my home.
I have come too far to look back, it’s a new day before me.
Today, it is five years since the passing of my baby Nicholas/Nick and known as Raidar by his friends.
When you become a victim of losing your loved one because of violent crime, it is hard to forgive.
When grief is personal, no one can tell you how to do it! You live with it ... One learns how to live with it.