I love to watch things made clean… I find a kind of therapy in sitting and watching my front loader twist and roll our clothes around, knowing they’ll come out much better than they were before.
It was one of those rain-drenched days where every city commuter was in the same boat. Actually, a boat might have been helpful, as every other form of public or personal transport was not going to ensure a quick trip home.
ve this re-telling of Jesus healing the paralytic in John 5. It is by author John Eldredge, and appears in his book Desire.
a during the 1980s you’d know the story of Lindy Chamberlain. The New-Zealand born Australian woman was camping in Uluru with her family in a public campground when, during the night, her nine-week-old daughter Azaria disappeared.
awoke from my nap to discover our black cat pressed into my side, sleeping. Chloe had edged her way into the curve of my waist to absorb as much human warmth as possible.
I am grateful – completely and utterly – because today I make the choice to be.
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My dad passed away last month. I took some time on this rainy Sunday afternoon in lockdown to jot down some of the memories I have of him. Thank you for reading…
My dad passed away this week at 79 years of age, after years battling dementia.