‘May I ask what your faith tradition is? I find you so refreshing and humble and that has to come from a deep understanding of who you are as a reflection of the Creator and the “oneing” ( Julian of Norwich) of all with that same creator. You are so generous with who you are and what you do!! That can only come from God.
Every time I read something from you or see you in action I think of the line from the diner in When Harry Met Sally that the woman in the diner spoke about Meg Ryan- “ I want what she’s having!” ‘ (ECamp lifer, Lynn Hogan)


‘I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.’ Paul writing to the church in Phillipi in Philippians  4:12-13

My first morning after arriving to Bundaberg

I had a startling revelation:

one that caused a smile to spread across my face.

A goofy smile;

you know the kind?

One that comes from down deep,

for no real reason

but is so rich and good?

One of those smiles.

A silly grin.

Why you ask?

One word:












I get to do my laundry.

In a machine.

With a dryer, should I choose to use it.







I know what it is to be in need,

and I know what it is to have plenty.

And in each,

I am content.


in love.