Cut Backs

At this stage of their life, it’s too dangerous for our kids to cross the street on their own. We let them know it too, so they don’t grow some sort of new found false sense of confidence and run out into the middle of the road only to come face to face with an … More Cut Backs


In this politically correct, cotton wooled, deeply prone to offence world we live in today, it can be tempting to sit down and shut up and mind your own business so as to avoid any unnecessary discomfort! But it seems that we’ve begun to worship and value our comfort and security more than what God … More Unstoppable

In Transit

One of my favourite things about travelling is international airports. Airports are full of people from all over the world in transit. These purpose filled people are in the process of transitioning from one place to another. There is a sense of excitement and anticipation of what’s next, with a cacophony of colourful people from … More In Transit

Start Now

One thing I love about our kids is that they will play with just about anything. What appears to be a decomposing leaf on the ground to an adult, is a leafy princess to our daughter. Every plant, every piece of rubbish, every miscellaneous household item is filled with opportunity! Rather than wait for the … More Start Now

Pick Your Lemons

The rotting lemons in the back yard represented what could have been. Instead of picking them while they were fresh and ripe, we left it for too long. What once could have been used to add flavour to our drinks and meals now lay forgotten on the ground as they melted into the grass. It’s … More Pick Your Lemons