It all started with an ad on the TV. “Try the hearing aid for free without obligation” was the hook, and I was caught. I rang and made an appointment, entered it into my calendar and continued my life. Read on.
One of the numerous jobs I have done in my life was to be a Tupperware Demonstrator. Now, that congers up numerous images for different people. But it was a good experience, especially the different contests they had for Demonstrators. Read on.
There was a program I was listening to, where the difficulties of the child fostering organisation were being discussed. I cannot ever forget the example they gave of what it is like for a child. Read on.
The universality of God’s love is so great, it really amazes me. It was way back in the 1960’s, before I had ever met Bob or Julie. I had been well churched when growing up, but I had never heard of the reality of living a life that really followed Jesus. Read on.
Spending a week with my ‘special needs’ brother, is always a challenge. However, this week was probably the most severe challenge, as he had mislaid, lost, or had stolen, all his IDs, money and valuables. I was the only one available to assist him in finding replacements. Read on.
Small things are just co-incidences and really not worth dwelling on. Or are they? A lot of our lives is unspectacular, and yet, it is important and worth talking about. And that’s what I want to let you know today. Read on.
“Your baby has a heart condition with which she cannot live for more than 24 hours. I could operate on her. I have done four of such operations, three babies died during the operations and one died a few hours after the operation. What would you like me to do?” Hearing the specialist say that, what would you do? Read on.
Eight hours after Dad was picked up by an ambulance as the result of having had a bad fall, he was in hospital. This was a catastrophic day, for Mother and all of us, his children.
It is many years ago, and he came new to our church. However, he knew a lot of people, more than I did. It wasn’t until I heard his story that I understood all the interest. Read on.