Today is Good Friday. The shops are mostly closed and many people are away on holidays or day trips. We will have the Royal Children’s Hospital Appeal. And some of us will go to Church. In all our busyness, will we remember why Good Friday is different from any other Friday? Read on.
I ask why an employee, any employee, would go to an extraordinary length to serve a client. It might be out of pride for the job. It might be to be noticed. Or it might just be because they care. Read on.
The specialist confirmed, after visual examination, that this was Colon Cancer. That word that none of us want to hear spoken into our lives. I left his surgery and walking back to the bus stop, burst into tears. What’s next? Read on.
The ticket to return to China was the next day. I had a total of A$125 to finance my immediate needs. I knew that I needed much more. This last evening I had been invited to attend an AoG Women’s meeting. Of course I accepted. Read on.
To meet people who treat you as an individual. To learn that there are people who give you value. All that leads to life changes. It made me look at myself differently. It made me realise that there was hope for me. Read on.
I just wanted to see the sun after a day of very thick cloud cover.
This Sunset Tour had been planned for some months. It was my birthday present to my friend. This was special. The top on the list was good sunset photos. I had been talking to Father God to get a sunset that would be memorable. Read on.
Now, it wasn’t my intention. These shoes should last at least another year. Then the e.mail in my inbox. “We are 100 yrs. old, and to celebrate the following shoes will be discounted by $100 per pair.” Now wasn’t that worth looking at? Read on.