Every year, friends, family and avid golfers get together to celebrate my brother Connor. Teams of four go out on the golf course Connor grew up on to play in his honour and memory. Every golfer leaves with a prize, including food and candy stations throughout the course, 50 50, silent auctions, and much more! It is an amazing day on the Sunshine Coast to celebrate Connor.
Life feels great until it doesn’t. Boy oh boy doesn’t that hold true. Walking down the street of my sweet little Peruvian neighbourhood, hand in hand with my husband, on route to meet our friends, the sun is shining, the rest of the day is free — that’s a pretty picture to paint. But suddenly I have this uneasy feeling and turn to my husband and ask, “is it possible to be content and happy in a not-so-great situation?”