Spilled Milk & Sunsets

Faith, family adventures, thankfulness, Uncategorized

An Angel under the Big M: Stretching the Perimeters of Hospitality


We’re landing, we’re landing, repeated our youngest, J, his eyes lit round with excited relief, his little lungs adjusting to receive the stranger, brisker air of our just arrived destination: the South Island of New Zealand. In fact, our boy was incorrect, we’d landed several hours ago, in a rather noisy, choppy descent to earth, which

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Declutter Me: Ambitioning a Quiet Life, poetry

Surprised by Ordinary Contentment

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Sometimes contentment looks less like a mountaineer’s milestone, Or an earmarked achievement dressed up in your best new clothes, The end result of all the things you thought you ever wanted…. And more like a secondhand curbside-found round table And a last-minute late lunch on a cloudy Sydney wintry afternoon   And sometimes a couple

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