It has been a long several months. I never anticipated being home to be so hard. But there it is: Home is hard. I've transitioned from a position of full-time ministry to days spent working an entry-level job and running errands. And, even though I have incredible people around me, it has all feels rather … Continue reading Merely a Beginning
Don't get me wrong, I'm excited about it being a new year and all, but I'm so over hearing all the hubbub about resolutions and change and newness. I think it's awesome to look to the beginning of a new year as something that brings hope and the possibility of a better day, but we … Continue reading Is it really a ‘Happy New Year’?
I have become the person I'm meant to be and I know that I wouldn't have been able to do that in any other place than Newcastle, Australia. I've learned so many things about God, others, and myself. Things that I will hold on to forever.
I am from Northern Canada. It doesn't get hot there. I moved to Australia a while ago and it's really hot here. While I love a day in the sunshine to freshen up life, the almost constant heat of summer is not something that I appreciate. I was born a summer baby in a land … Continue reading The Sun Is Killing Me
Today has an odd sense of finality to it, though I still have about ten days left here in Newcastle. I know my time here hasn't quite finished yet, but I know that it soon will. And I want to be prepared for that moment. I don't want to be surprised by the fact that … Continue reading An Ode to an Office
I used to always see pictures that people posted with their friends captioned #squadgoals and think that it was rather ridiculous and silly. People would rave about their 'squad' and make this huge deal about how their friends were better than anyone else's friends. It was all a bit much for me. However, time went … Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned From Having a Squad
Goodbyes suck. I've never been one for big farewells; I much prefer celebrating beginnings. Endings are just far too sad. However, right now, I'm in a season of goodbyes. I've been in Australia for two and half years and now that time is finished and I have to say goodbye to everything here. Though I … Continue reading farewell to my favourite city