Boundaries in Christianity

My whole life I have more or less been a people pleaser. I would prefer to agree to save from having an argument . In the past I would apologise regardless if I actually did something wrong or not. The point was , was to keep peace at all costs. But it wasn’t healthy. More recently I have found the… Read more →

A Month of Reflections

Autism and CFS under one roof. This time of year always brings me to a pause to stop and reflect. Last month in April, was Autism awareness month. I do my small bit when I can by posting about Autism on my Facebook but sometimes it doesn’t seem enough yet honestly that’s all I can manage. The word Autism has… Read more →

The Beginning & The End

    As the Annunciation and Good Friday fell on the same day this year many Catholics I am sure, are deep in thought reflecting and pondering what this means for them and for our church. I am in awe that these two significant moments in our church have taken place together. I have been wondering what turn of events… Read more →

Why “Against All Hope”?

  Someone asked me recently “Why Against All Hope ?”   I have had chronic health problems since I was 12. They are on going and even now getting worse. I have lost three babies… Four out of my seven children are autistic …. Since a child I have been through many traumatising events. Rejection…. For about five years I battled with… Read more →