Happy Happy 7th Birthday, Sebastian :)

In loving memory of my son Sebastian-David, born sleeping on 29th September 2014 Happy Happy Birthday to my dearest son Sebastian! Wow! 7 years ago you were born. What a poignant moment where life merged with death. Joy merged with … Continue reading

There’s a time for everything

There is a time for everything under the sun. A time to cry. A time to laugh. A time to be sad. A time to be happy. A time to mourn. A time to be joyful. A time to celebrate. … Continue reading

A Fragile Line

Life is fragile, a simple thread between you and God existsConnected as one to the Infinity of LifeNever are we really apart from our CreatorAll He asks us to do is seek His faceFather will hear our cries We walk … Continue reading

Hold onto the Yo-yo String

dedicated to Oupa in Johannesburg, South Africa. Thank you for inspiring me to write these words and for your Godly wisdom to encourage us. Ecclesiastes 4:12 – A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand … Continue reading

Age is just a number

“Wrinkles should merely indicate where the smiles have been.”― Mark Twain Age is just a number. That is what we try and tell ourselves. I turned 30 the other day. I sent my second book of to the publishers the other … Continue reading

Step out of the Boat

Hebrews 11.1 – Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Sometimes to get somewhere in life, stepping out of the boat would be necessary. Sometimes God wants us to trust Him by … Continue reading

The 5th Anniversary Seems the Hardest

I wasn’t expecting to feel like this. Wake up the days prior to my son’s death and birth with nightmares crisscrossing. Not just nightmares about my son dying. But other nightmares in there as well. Interweaving. Making me feel totally … Continue reading

An Open Letter to my Mum and Dad

I remember the first day I met you. Sitting in that car in a bay somewhere on the edge of the Isle of Wight. Not knowing what lay waiting for me. When we met in April – was it really … Continue reading