As our uni semesters finish for the year, I’m so grateful for my live in study buddy/tech support/encourager who has definitely made my foray into student life easier and fun 😊
Thank you Charli-girl, you rock this uni thing and I’m so proud of you! ❤️
One of the upsides to humid Queensland summer (I know it’s still technically spring but my thermometer begs to differ) is ripping storms.
Tonight I’m grateful for the cool rain and wind 😊
So grateful that I have the opportunity to deliver new workshops to carers with my beautiful friend ❤️
Grow where you’re planted. This little guy called Basil popped up in a nearby pot after I pulled the remains of the dead shallots out.
Lesson: even if it feel like you’ve been put in the wrong circumstances, grow. Even if it feels like your existence is an accident, grow. Even if there’s no one else around who’s anything like you, grow. Fight for your spot in the world. The Giver of all life sees you, planted you right where you are and gives you all you need to thrive. So grow!
Grateful for assurance of divine purpose and reason for being.
On Saturday I was blessed to spend another day serving and listening to carers – the true unsung heroes of this world. I will never not be grateful for this privilege.
Yesterday, we had lunch and whiled away an afternoon with two of our favourite people. Two of the strongest, wisest, kindest people I’ll ever have the blessing to know. Sometimes I can’t quite believe how many extraordinary people are in my life.
Grateful for time spent with family ❤️
Today I’m grateful for flowers. These are called double bloom Lily rose and not only look gorgeous but have a lovely scent as well 😊
While it’s promising to be a ‘hotter than usual’ summer, the balmy air with the lingering fragrance of jasmine floating on the breeze makes for a glorious day 😊
After a full work day, the smell of cinnamon muffins being baked was the perfect motivation to hurry up and finish so I could enjoy a sweet treat hot out of the oven with a perfectly brewed cup of tea, all thanks to a study-procrastinating uni student daughter ❤️😊
Today I’m grateful my husband is back from his weekend away. You’d think that working together in a tiny office at home would mean we are happy for some time apart. Yet it seems it only makes the others absence more keenly felt. Glad you’re home, darling heart ❤️ x