Watching my kids relate to each other fascinates me. Especially our oldest two. This earliest of bonds, this self-contained social world. I know it won’t always stay like this, but I’ll miss their cosy, uninhibited companionship when E and W grow up. I wrote a little something about their relationship below to help me remember
This post is a little different to normal as today I’m joining in with Emily Freeman and her Let’s share what we learned in January spot. Read below for some things I have learnt this Summer Down-Under…. Light and Shade Here in the Southern Hemisphere, on the edge a big island called Australia, it’s summer.
I used to think I liked surprises until one day I was out at night and there was a phone call. And in an instant everything changed. What I knew to be true before was true no more. It took maybe ten years for my mind and heart to catch up. For a while, phonecalls at unexpected times
Just one more Sunday… This coming Sunday is our family’s final Sunday at the church we have been a part of for five years. One more Sunday of bundling kids and various-kid-related-ephemera into the car and driving nearly an hour across Sydney in an effort to make the 10:30am start of service. One more Sunday of arriving in
[This post is part of My November Experiment, where I seek to write words of encouragement and love to those close to me. You can read about why I am doing this here: The November Experiment. Feeling very thankful for the gift of friendship tonight] Dear Friend, Old friend, new friend, true friend. If you are