From the Outside In.

Hello, My friends. This week our little family increased by three. Mrs Piggy, our tri-colour guinea pig. Who is predominately tan with white swatches on her head and back, her hind quarters have black splotches on them, had her babies. She has been in maternity lock down for the last few weeks. She had threeContinue reading “From the Outside In.”

Who is the servant of all men?

Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn, or consumed. Happiness is a spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude. Dennis Waitley Hello, My friends. I trust your week of home confinement has been profitable. That all those in your bubble are safe. With the promise of moving into level 3Continue reading “Who is the servant of all men?”

The unwelcome guest.

Hello, My friends, This week, I would say has been an extremely long one. You know the kind. You have lots of things you could be doing but you don’t actually want to do any of it. That was me. Procrastination had moved in, he had unpacked his bags, and was getting pretty settled, encouragingContinue reading “The unwelcome guest.”

Seeds of Hope, Love and Trust.

One of the greatest of all principles is that men can do what they think they can do. Norman Vincent Peale Hello, My friends, First up, I want to thank all those people who are providing essential services. “Thank You, without you the food and health services would be a complete shambles.” My husband andContinue reading “Seeds of Hope, Love and Trust.”

Are opposites inseparable?

Pleasure and Pain, though directly opposite are contrived to be constant companions. -Pierre Charron Hello My friends, The kitchen upgrade is ongoing, this week my hubby has been busy putting up plaster board and plastering the joins, framing doorways and painting timber. There is one thing I know about myself, living in a messy andContinue reading “Are opposites inseparable?”

Discipline: Pleasure or Pain?

Hello My friends, This week has zipped by exceptionally quickly. I’ve had a birthday this week, now I’m a little older and wiser. They say the older you get the faster time goes by. I was sitting in the back yard eating my lunch today. Our picnic table is under the huge Puriri tree, whichContinue reading “Discipline: Pleasure or Pain?”