The saga continuesSo far summer has been bliss. The planning has taken the pressure of me in amazing ways. Prayer and lots of it has gone into this planning. The idea is to have an enjoyable and memorable summer. For us as parents, the reality of our children growing too fast and time sipping through … Continue reading Summer-saults


The blessing that makes one rich and adds no sorrow ❤

What a privilege it is to wake up to God's promises! I was looking through the photos and came across this family photo that was taken last August 2016 in Copenhagen. It melted my heart. God has been good and gracious to us. It has not always been like this. As a family, we have … Continue reading The blessing that makes one rich and adds no sorrow ❤

Daughter’s love letter x

Today is befitting that I should honor you publicly. You have been a source of encouragement and wisdom. You are my sounding board, always available and ready to guide and stand in prayer for me and my family. Orphaned at 5years of age, you have very vague memories of both your parents. You did not … Continue reading Daughter’s love letter x


UK elections

Praying for our government as we await the results. May Godly counsel, wisdom and understanding reign in Number 10. May the government have a heart for family life, stand for what is true and lead with justice.  As parents and citizens we will not cower in fear over the plans of the enemy concerning our … Continue reading UK elections



"Do not hold God at arms length- Let Him have complete reign in your life" Pastor Alan, Avcc. Sometimes, life happens and it leaves you in a place of wanting control and being in charge. Having control gives you 'peace' and you feel in charge. O how I have struggled wanting to be in control!! … Continue reading Trust 


The day before the new job

I am pretty excited about tomorrow. The day has arrived sooner! Change can be unsettling, however once you have done your research there is not much to be fearful. The timing could not never be so right. I am in the zone spiritually, mentally and emotionally. I am hoping that walking to the train and … Continue reading The day before the new job


Transnational parenting  

Yay, it's  school half term here in U.K,  and we are all home. I had a lie in until I was woken up to a hearty breakfast by our son. Our two children are now 17 and 12, with the our eldest son nearly an adult. I look at them with joy and pride as … Continue reading Transnational parenting