I am the wife of a very talented musician who takes me around the world in pursuit of excellence. Mama to Jakob, Audrey and Ella, who just happens to have Down Syndrome.
And an aspiring disciple of Jesus, defender of the oppressed, writer, graphic designer and photographer.
I write and speak on navigating through the fog of life…you know, when things don’t go exactly as planned and am fuelled by a passion to amplify the voices of those on the margins…
oh, and coffee…lots of coffee.
I wrote this a couple of weeks ago but life took over and I never hit publish. A couple of weeks ago, we headed to the Lake District for one final exhale before emptying our house in Chalfont St. Peter […]
Yesterday, I boarded a plane to come home after three years of living abroad and being a little more than a face on a screen, one of the 14 grandchildren my grandparents sometimes remember that they have. By the time […]
We leave so little time to nurture and be nurtured. This morning, I woke up in the Lake District, light filling my bedroom despite the early hour; Byron, my Brittany-Collie cross was ready to get outside and explore. And rightfully […]
The quiet of the morning is rattled by her snoring. That’s okay though, it assures me she is alive. Do you remember the first lockdown? Here in the UK, the streets were quiet. Perhaps quieter than they have been for […]
I sit down to write and the words don’t come. The confines of this small space of sacred time stifles my creativity while the stress of life leaves me numb. It’s like the mind going into a comatose state in […]