“But I have no choice”.
A few years ago my husband Chris was working in a mine in Africa. Late one night he heard gunfire on the site. He followed protocol and locked down his room. A phone call told him that three had been killed and an Expatriate hostage had been taken. The gunmen now wanted
On our property in Australia there was no water so we had to drill a well.
A hole drilled deep into the water table so that we could pump water up into our tank. Without water, living on our property would be impossible.
The driller hit water at 27 meters. But my husband said drill deeper because he
Is it just me or is it way too easy to miss the important stuff in life?
In the hustle and bustle of my full life I can so easily get consumed by the clutter of agendas and the noise of everyday chatter. Some days I find myself flying down the highway of life full speed, no time for pit stops.