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WHEN YOUR LIFE SKIDS TO A HALT WITH NO WARNING…

Twenty-three days ago, our lives came to an abrupt stop. Figuratively speaking, we skidded to a halt with burn marks on the tarmac! We had been camping in Elands Bay at the Vensterklip Caravan Park along the West Coast of South … Continue reading

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DEATH AS A GIFT…

In the month of December 2014, a total number of 1 184 people died on the roads in South Africa. During the Christmas period of 2015 my family and I took a drive one night to go and look at … Continue reading

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THE GIFT OF POVERTY

A couple of years before my dad died I attended a service in a really quaint church in a small town known as Bathurst in the Eastern Cape.  The minister entered the church wearing black flowing robes and had an almost snow white … Continue reading

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AN AUTHOR’S HEART REJOICES

Few things bring more joy to an author’s heart than to receive a message and photograph like below! “Finally got mine yesterday from my office mate. I’m so excited. You are an awesome author. May God bless you. I’m still … Continue reading

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If you are a Believer there is no winging it…

I recently wrote a blog entitled On a wing and a prayer and it referred to the fact that every time my husband and I flew we always ended up sitting by  the wing of the plane.  When I asked my husband … Continue reading

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A MESSY BUT HOLY LIFE…

Do you ever feel like a Jekyll and Hyde character?  Desperately wanting to do the right thing but choosing instead to do the thing that you know is detrimental to you and that you know you are going to feel … Continue reading

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DAMAGED – by Amy Curry

Sue Allen has worked in the small post office on the corner of Bird Drive since she was 21, she is now 41. It is a quiet post office, which asks and expects little from her. She likes the fact … Continue reading

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