As promised in the last “dear diary” post, DD has returned in the new year. (Admittedly the last DD post was written in 2012. Oh well.) Jumping in where we left off in part 6, it’s still 1981 and I’m still eleven. Prepare to be underwhelmed. 27.07.1981 I went to the hairdressers today. Debbie cut my hair. She is nice…. Read more →
Discovered this while reading in prep for an essay on Ezekiel. The words stuck a chord with me, maybe because they relate to “God in the ordinary” – a pet fascination of mine – or maybe because they seem timely given the state of our world today, or maybe because of the poetic turn of phrase. Whichever way, I thought… Read more →
Time to release these creatures into the wild. Hope they find new owners who will adopt and adore them. Clockwise from the back row: Rabbit (my oldest surviving toy); Blue Gordon (named after my primary school sport house); Mouse; Sabrina; Elly; Bubble & Squeak.
The Scav Hunt is well and truly over, and there was much fun, fatigue, and fundraising. My fundraising target for The Freedom Project was $2500. The current amount raised is $2269 which is fantastic and very exciting! I would love to raise the remaining $231 by 30 April. If you can help, please go to my fundraising page to make… Read more →
I am participating again in the March Photo Scavenger Hunt. This year, I have decided to also make it an opportunity to raise funds for The Freedom Project – an organisation that seeks to help end slavery and human trafficking. In a nutshell, I have to take a photo every day during March from a list of 100 categories. A… Read more →