There was a time when I rose with the sun to go for a walk. It happens less these days. via the Daily Post Photo Challenge: Rise/Set

Favourite Place

Balmoral beach has got to be one of my favourite places. It's on the north shore of Sydney. It doesn't have the pounding surf like other beaches nor is it very big. But I enjoy spending time there. via the Daily Post Photo Challenge: Favorite Place

A mother’s rice cakes

I don't know when I first heard this story. I know I was young. It's a story that has been passed down the generations from parent to child, teacher to student. Almost every Korean child knows about this man and his rise to fame. Han Seok-bong. He was born in the early sixteenth century, in... Continue Reading →

I’d rather be at the beach

I'd rather be at the beach with a good book. Maybe it's the breeze, maybe it's the surf, but something about the place relaxes me. via the Daily Post Photo Challenge: I’d Rather Be…

This Way: Open road

“The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager feet, Until it joins some larger way Where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say” J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship... Continue Reading →

That night

It took me a year to take this photo. I bought a ticket to his concert only to have it postponed to the year after. I wanted to see him and hear his music live, so I kept it. I was glad I did! George Ezra and his band were brilliant that night. Via the... Continue Reading →

On International Women’s Day

It's International Women's Day on the 8th of March. As the world gears up to #PressforProgress, I am left wondering how I should, as a Christian woman, support women both here and around the world for a more just and equitable society. Do I march? Do I try to argue the case for women to... Continue Reading →

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