Dear Malawi (#450-458)

When I’m not busy sleeping or indulging in in-flight entertainment as I fly over a particularly large piece of ocean, I can be bothered staring or reflecting. Sometimes there is no difference between the two. I have voted this flight from Johannesburg to Sydney the…

Recipe for breaking the cycle of poverty, as I saw it

I don’t much follow recipes. It’s how come my brownies always turn out extra chocolatey, my 12-muffin batch into 17 , and my spaghetti sauce hints at cinnamon. I save a lot of recipes though. I recently took 14 photos of recipes from a single…

we’ve got friends in low places.

in february some of our closest friends moved down to san marcos/oceanside area to take a youth director and pastors position at a church. while colin and i were ecstatic for them, we knew that our saturday night double dates were about to decrease.

God’s humour

This is how I know God has a sense of humour. Every time I go to the mall or the grocery store or the movie theater, really anywhere, I can always count on a small child persistently crying. Crying so loud and obnoxiously that it…