Category Archives: journalling

#fail

Indulging in a spot (OK – a black hole) of browsing on Pinterest recently, I fell into that all-familiar trap of “I can do that“. The lure of the “easy-peasy DIY project” that is “great for the kids”, accented with … Continue reading

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I can’t sleep!

You know those night you just can’t settle? Your mind is cluttered up with stuff, real and imagined? The 3am monsters create events that never happened and never will? A wonderful, wise lady once told me how she handles these … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions

What to do? We all have to make decisions – every day – what to wear, eat and buy. Whether to send that letter, make that complaint or compliment and so on. We all have our own way of making … Continue reading

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Vain repetition?

Do you ever pray the same thing over and over? Ask forgiveness for a sin again and again? I know I do. But is it really necessary? God’s grace and forgiveness isn’t like a stain remover that needs to be applied several times … Continue reading

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The blank page

We so often hear the phrase “turn over a new leaf”…”start afresh”…”have a clean slate”. New beginnings are great, with no previous expectations to live up to, and endless possibilities of where the journey will take us. Expressing our prayer … Continue reading

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