Belinda and her huband, Peter, live in the far north-west of Australia on a small farm. They have four adult children whom they homeschooled right the way through. Over this time Belinda has taught and supported women both face to face and online. Her heart is to encourage families to be intentional, relational and heart focused in all areas of family living. She continues to do this in her new season of life – as her kids leave home one by one leaving her with more time.
We are well and truly back home and into all that our normal life holds: housework, friends, church activities, sport, drama, and craft. But we need to say goodbye to this blog. As soon as we stepped out of the … Continue reading →
We have had the bestest of times in Engelburg and we thank our friends from Kununurra for recommending it to us. Our friends actually went to school in Engelburg and small world that it is, we met one of their … Continue reading →
To be honest we were a little disappointed with the food we found in Italy. We found plenty of pizza and pasta – which we expected but a lot of it was fairly ordinary and we suspect made for tourists! … Continue reading →
In Rome the Vatican had a huge collection of classic Rome sculpture – which are either busts of people (head shots) or full figure –mostly naked. But of course the nakedness doesn’t sit well with the values of the church … Continue reading →
Today was a planned day of rest. There have been times, when we’ve been overcome with all there is to see and girded with enthusiasm that we thought we would be the tourists right through our planned rest day – … Continue reading →
Our guide thought that Peter should experience a turkish shave so for a few days before hand he stopped shaving just to give the barber something to work with. We had a few hours to spare at Ephesus so after … Continue reading →
Before we start blogging from Italy we need to update you with another food post from Turkey. The one photo that I can’t seem to find is where we stopped to buy some fruit on the side of the road. … Continue reading →