Cash for Comments, No. Cash to Feed Others, Yes.

Yesterday began as a pretty normal day. The kids got up and got ready for school whilst I breastfed baby Charlie. They ate their breakfast whilst Jeremy made their lunches. In our home lunches do vary a lot from day to day. They can be leftovers or they can be sandwiches but most of the Read More …

Blessed Beyond Measure

With the safe arrival of ‘Charlie Brown’ Clarke we have really felt blessed. Her safe arrival was not something that we took granted, not by any measure. We have lavished the last three months as we have watched her emerge from her fourth trimester into this amazingly engaged like person loves playing with her hands, Read More …

Mum Moments 11 – Top Three Priorities – Part 3

Time to get back to it! Part Three at last! What are my top three priorities in this season of life? 3. Our community We love our community so very much. We have fantastic neighbours who are mindful of our comings and goings. They keep an extra eye on our home and our children and Read More …

“I have something to give” – Anzac Day 2016 Reflection

How is it that a single bunch of flowers can come to mean so much? Well, what does St John Ambulance and the Australian Defence Force have in common? Every person who steps up with St John Ambulance Service and the Australian Defence Forces have decided ‘I have something to give’ and have chosen to Read More …

Vale Kris Guglielmucci

Yes, another day of writing pre-launch. A more sombre tone on this occasion though. Today is our children’s first day of school and, whilst they are there, a massive part of our community will be gathering at the local Edge Church to celebrate the life of Kris Guglielmucci. Every aspect of Kris’ life makes is Read More …