Welcome into my life and to my little blog!
I currently live in Oxford with my husband and daughter.
Here I busy my days doing a PhD in Philosophy of Mind & Psychology, creating things in different shapes and forms. However, for the time being most of my days consist of feeding Aline, singing for her, changing her nappy, drying her snot, pulling faces at her to make her laugh. Not your average day at the Bodleian Library, but most days a lot more fun *wink*.
This blog lets you in on the different aspects of my life - motherhood, creative stuff, nice food, theological & philosophical musings, glimpses of pretty things on rainy days (which there are quite a few of in Oxford) and what ever else catches my eye or that might come to mind!
However the main reason for this blog is to help me (and hopefully inspire you)
to see the beauty in the mundane trudge of life
to notice the potential and heavenliness in the broken
to appreciate the grandeur and love of God when caught in the mist.
I have a few things that you'll see popping up regularly, the first being:
Something in the house that inspired me today! see the first post here.
- this is a little exercise for me to appreciate the opportunity I have to stay at home with my daughter, appreciate the things and the life I have and not go about dreaming of being somewhere else.
Unedited. See the first post here.
- these are unedited photo entries from my life -little moments of happiness/beauty in the midst of chaos. Hopefully to inspire you that life does not have to be perfect in order for it to be enjoyed and appreciated.
- Thank you so much for coming by!
If I could I would have offered you a cup of tea and a slice of homemade bread and asked you when you feel most alive so I could find out what makes you tick...
If you have any questions feel free to drop me a line at:
May God expand your horizon and let your cup overflow.
I write for fun - not for it's correctness -so bare with me and do feel free to laugh.
Like Winnie the Pooh puts it:
My spelling is Wobbly. It's good spelling but it Wobbles, and the letters get in the wrong places.