Elvis has entered the building

I don’t remember the name of the boy who played Pharaoh in our school play, I just remember him singing into one of those 90’s echophones that everyone had, and being told off for turning around from our ‘choir’ area to watch him sing. I don’t remember his name, but I remember the whole song & scene as if I were watching it now. Pulling … Continue reading Elvis has entered the building

Locked up in a cell

When all this started, when I say all this I mean rumours of a virus that could become a pandemic, that could mean a bit of social distancing my optimism took centre stage. Maybe this won’t be that difficult… Now Joseph had been taken down to Egypt. Potiphar, an Egyptian who was one of Pharaoh’s officials, the captain of the guard, bought him from the … Continue reading Locked up in a cell

2019 The Year that was…

2019 started with a word… Deeper. The word did not shape the year the way I had imagined. As with many journeys, we join a road, but it is not our feet which direct the path. 2019 my faith deepened through trusting in the darkness, my self awareness deepened through seeing, acknowledging and allowing my weaknesses and limitations, my friendships through honest conversation. In my … Continue reading 2019 The Year that was…

Summer dreams

Summer has passed and September is quite firmly here. Fifteen days in and I haven’t quite got back into that ‘back to school’ routine. Fifteen days in and I’m holding out for the sweep of an Indian Summer and dreaming of the month that has passed. Summer is starting to find it’s place in my memories; toing and froing in dance-like form with Autumn, a … Continue reading Summer dreams