how do you like them apples?

24 February, 2007

I finally bit the proverbial bullet and bought a new Apple Mac Notebook, and it’s lovely and white and is now working wirelessly!

I”m currently sitting out on our decking with Maggie the dog sitting at my feet and enjoying the wonderful weather we’re having today (the temp has finally dropped below 30 degrees celsius) and tapping away at my keyboard while listening to Snow Patrol, and it’s lovely.

So my weird little friends, now i have very few excuses for not blogging more often (but I do reserve the right to claim those remaining without a moments notice).

Hope you’re all having a great week.

Many blessings upon your respective heads!


17 February, 2007

I’m not long home from Cornerstone.  Tonight was our first night there for 2007 and it was full of wonder!  I really enjoyed seeing everyone again.  There was even one guy that came in tonight that I hadn’t seen for a good 10 years, and I have to admit that while I remembered him, I didn’t remember his name, yet he walked up and greeted me by name, with a very wide smile and filled me in on the last 10 years of his life.  Made me smile.

It was a great night.  We had a meal together (thanks to KJ for providing last mintue foodage when we discovered the uneatableness of the prearranged meal), we played Uno, we sang songs from the Jukebox, and everyone came together to sing happy birthday to a very cute 2 year old and then enjoyed birthday cake.

I love this place.  I love the community of people that Father has brought together there.  They’re such a group of odd-bods, so diverse and yet they come to Cornerstone and look out for one-another and have created a community of people that genuinely care for each other.  They’re just lovely!!!!!

Once again tonight I was reminded of how much I love the people of Dandenong.  How much Dad loves the people of Dandenong, and how much I really want to be there. 

I have no doubt, that sometime this year, I’ll be moving back to Dandenong, moving home…