This week another week of highs and lows. Jay home from hospital, then back to hospital, then home again! Great news about Lis securing employment from February.
She is so humble and absolutely brilliant, I’m sure she’ll make a real difference to those young lives and their families facing heartbreak and possibly their greatest challenge. Andrew and Lis are enjoying a much deserved break in Cairns and it was lovely they called to share their news.
My dad has been diagnosed with gout, and I have had good news from the doctors today.
I started writing this blog last night before the Paris terrorist attacks, where overnight we have learnt how terrible they were. Loss of life, devastating injuries, lives and families shattered.
So this brings me to my title of consequences but from a different perspective from where I had begun.
As we go through life we are all faced with decisions and choices, and someone’s decision or choice can have a massive impact on our lives and our loved ones. That should never deter us from chasing our dreams and following our hearts.
I try to let all those I love be in no doubt of that and I hope that Kevin and I have given our children the confidence to make good decisions and choices, to follow their dreams and to treat people with respect, as they want to be treated.
As a global community we need to find a way to be tolerant of others choices to live in peace. I’d say history proves that this is an idealistic view as the human race can talk the talk, but human nature is such that it can prevent walking the walk.
We must indeed pray for Paris and solace and comfort to those affected.🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🗼