Go show Heidi Lenaerts moved to close the summer with her family in the leafy suburb of Brussels, bruges and Ostend. After the sudden death of her radiocollega Day Saint, she came again to the realization that it’s okay to have dreams to aspire to.
“Ronald and I are both city people, but here, you can enjoy the hustle and bustle and the calm. Because the sea is never far away, I feel like I am never locked up, in a city like Brussels, you bear witness to Heidi in the Story.
“In the premature birth of our daughter, Lily-Rose, I already know that you need to do in life, what you want to do it, because you never know what’s going on. When I got the rheumatism was only strengthened that feeling.” And then there was the sudden death of Christophe Lambert is that, once again, a wake-up call that was. “We do not need to wait for us to retire to our dreams, to pursue,” said Heidi Lenaerts.
Heidi-Hopefully this will live in the meantime, two months in the city of Ostend has already been established. Really, it is strange that it is not, as they have for the past ten years, to the coastal town of holiday homes. And with her arthritis it is also much better, since it’s live by the sea.