Here is what I learned at school: That children are arranged in circles. Well, I say circles it could just as well have been tiers in a vertical system but circles is what springs to mind as I write this now. Back then it would have been hard to put into any words, and certainly […]
“So what’s wrong with my bird?” “Nothing. He’s a fine example of his species” “Then why did you tell me to throw him away?” “I didn’t. I told you to cast him.” “I thought that meant try him out for a part.” “What?” “Yeah. My kid’s school cast her for a part in the nativity […]
365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans Born and raised in New Orleans, Amy Cespedes is full of New Orleans pride.Loving all things about the Crescent City, she wanted to adorn […]
We left this morning for the Shepherds Fields where the Angels came down to announce the birth of Jesus. It is within the boundaries of Bethlehem but on the way we passed the wall ( Israeli Security Barrier) with all the Graffiti. Everyone has been shocked about the encircling of Bethlehem by this huge concrete […]
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May 26, 2019 Sunday of the Samaritan Woman After-feast of Mid-Pentecost This Sunday concludes the week which includes mid-Pentecost. The scriptures for that day make reference to the great and final feast and the Lord’s words concerning fountains of living water and the nourishment of the spirit. The episode of the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s […]
No-one ever tell you how hard it is to be part of a ‘picture perfect’ Christian household. A one despite it’s face value doesn’t express positive emotions. Especially when it is primarily enforced by one parent, the more dominant parent.. my mother. I only received negativity from my Mum and not so much as an […]
As we begin the month of May I am reflecting on what has now been 8 months of my eldest Ewan, being at school. Ewan is still only four, he’s a summer baby (June birthday) and up until September 2018 he had only ever been away from me at nursery 3 mornings a week. Like […]
The first chapter of a brand-new fiction serial kicks off the summer of Geraldine Jensen, who spends her vacation in a small Missouri town with her college-age aunt and a closely-bonded group of theatre geeks. An up-and-down rollercoaster of literature-based events and happenings, The Things That Happen to Geraldine is a story of self-expression and discovery, and the many ways to show the world who you are inside.
go out on the limb for others without becoming the giving tree.