We had our first October rains today in Windhoek. The air smells amazing and it’s refreshing to be outside. It’s also refreshing to finally be in good head and emotional space enough to notice the first blossom of my rose bush. To new seasons. Advertisements
Like the frost on a rose Winter comes for us all Oh how nature acquaints us With the nature of patience Like a seed in the snow I’ve been buried to grow For Your promise is loyal From seed to sequoia ~Seasons, Hillsong In recent months I’ve been learning to accept that we go through…… Continue reading Seasons
What a long and unplanned for sabbatical I’ve taken from blogging. My life in the past few months has been varying shades of grey interspersed by colourful moments here and there. I’ll share below the few bright sparks I’ve experienced, enjoy.
What is this, what is this This mess of my existence is All these politics of Life and death and relevance It’s my existence – Kevin Max This mess of our existence Have you ever stopped to look around and all you saw was a gruesome mess? Not a mess in the kitchen or on…… Continue reading The mess of our existence
Occasionally weep deeply over the life you hoped would be. Grieve the losses. Then wash your face. Trust God. And embrace the life you have. – John Piper Lost plans We’ve all had plans for our lives. At one point or another, most of us have had those plans thrown out the window due largely…… Continue reading Occasional thoughts
via Daily Prompt: Creature I’m supposed to be gluten-free but I baked these chocolate cupcakes with cream cheese frosting yesterday for friends and I couldn’t help myself!
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. -William Shakespeare Greatness. We all have it in us in some form or other, don’t we? And we’re all trying to discover it and excel in it. Birds on the Jetty, Swakopmund Discovering I began last year (2017) with overflowing hope…… Continue reading Greatness