Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Here comes the sun

Just have a look at how the tulips from the previous photo set turned out after they were put in some fresh water with a little sugar in it. Lovely, 'ey? They've brightened up the kitchen, somewhat.

There'll be time to celebrate. Let's taste some of that now. Rejoice in a purpose-driven step in the right direction and a commitment to the goal. I love you.

There'll be time for tears. Don't be afraid to feel the sadness. Let God's Grace cleanse you and His Love wash over you. When we're forced to turn away from things we'd hoped in- we can rest in Him. I love you.

There'll be time for fellowship! Assessments and trials and timetables filled with deadlines will come to an end. I'll cook for you. I probably won't beat your risotto. I love you.

There'll be time for shopping. And dancing. And Guitar Hero. Now's the time to focus on keeping the mind healthy and the body strong. Stay the course, as you navigate through mid-year assessment. I'll be waiting with your coffee. I love you.

More birthday celebrations, gaming sessions, dining out and spending time together is in store. I miss you all.

God bless all those that I love;
God bless all those that love me;
God bless all those that love those
that I love,
And all those that love
those that love me.

As my pictures clearly demonstrate, we had a tad too much to eat this weekend. We trekked down to my folks' house for sea-side picnics, giant sting ray watching and night walks. Seriously- there were three rays; one was about 1.5m across and the other two were perhaps 2m+ across. Their eye holes were enormous. They glided lazily up and down beside the board-walk, for our viewing pleasure.

In remember the Irish blessing I used earlier from Sunday School at Christ Church, Geelong. A nice one.

Off to the gym wi' me! After my mid-afternoon ginger wine, perhaps.

*Spear tackle hugs*


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