Today comes to you from a place of great happiness yet also a place of great sadness. A place of great excitement but a place of loss. Tonight, as we did four years ago, we had a farewell meal for the Hughes going off to uni - only this time, it's not me. Tomorrow morning,… Continue reading Flying the Nest
I don't totally know what to write a blog on today. I've had many ideas, and I've been reunited with my work colleagues and students over the past few days but I still don't know what to say. But I can tell you this, I am very glad to be back at school. I'm glad… Continue reading Chipper Dipper
Over the past few days, I've found myself thinking a lot about family. My biological family, my church family, my uni family - just family. I don't know why my brain has decided for this to be at the forefront of my mind but as I was eating dinner just now, I felt compelled to… Continue reading Blood Doesn’t Make You Family
Dear Me, I think this is going to become a regular bloggy thing. Today, this blog is positive. And that is a very good thing indeed. First things first Happy Easter. Jesus is alive! He paid the ultimate sacrifice and paid the ransom for us - "For God so loved the world..." Today you,… Continue reading He is Risen! | Dear Me
He right, and He is true. He is a faithful God. It might not seem it at times but He does not wish us harm. He loves us so much that He sent His only Son, our Brother to die for us. Having faith and trust in God is the most amazing thing because He doesn’t let you down.
Every day I miss her. Every day there is something I wish I could tell her. That I could just pick up the phone, give her a text or a quick phone call.
I’m not ashamed to say I cry at TV shows and films. I cry when something overly happy happens or I cry when something overly sad happens. I cry when people die in TV or films.
I’ve had a lot of spare time since the university term finished. Time to binge watch TV series on Netflix, edit the student mission videos, and to think. I have spent a lot of time thinking. I think at other times in the year but when you have no commitments, no obligations, you think more.