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Travel Blogs from Kloof
I can already see the next month becoming a blur, the year is rapidly coming to an end and along with the usual day to day projects we do, there's the "end of year" things, like anywhere, mind you I don't miss my normal life of just arriving to these things and not having to actually organise and run them all :)
So today was the Margate Crèche Outing. I had big dreams for the last coupe of days. I had asked Rick and Sonya to come down ...
The last couple of weeks have probably been my toughest weeks yet. A mixture of the "unknown" leading to a lot of frustration. I understand there's a process, I didn't really take part in the "process" when we first applied, in hindsight I'm grateful that others helped us out and took charge of a lot of it, we just got the approval message and that was it, we were going to Africa! The process to stay a second year has not been so smooth. It frustrates me, from where ...
... to Norman the fire plans for the Youth Room extension that will hopefully start next week. (It's on days like these that you realise just how much work we have ahead of us before he end of the year!)
Before we knew it the day was drawing to an end as all made our way to join all the volunteers and friends at a dinner at Rick and Sonya's to end our uplifting day. Poor Hudson ended his day by falling asleep with phone in hand at the dinner table. It clearly was a far too bigger day for him ...
I hear the phrase "Extended Ecclesial Family" a lot. And i get it, we walk into different meetings and we're welcomed in like extended family, wether it be within Melbourne or in another state. I was recently in Brisbane and visited an Ecclesia I had never been before and yet was loving welcomed in and could feel the effects of our Extended Ecclesial family. We also grow up knowing that the joy of having this type of "Family" ...
Today I went to the Mariannhill Ecclesia. Just the drive there makes you appreciate the house you have, the place you live and how easy it is for us to get to our ecclesial halls. The drive up the hill was breathtaking but breathtaking meaning ive never seen anything like it in my life. I was just overwhelmed by the way these people live and yet many still smile and wave as you pass them by. Then you arrive at the Hall and there is a creche run monday to fridays. Now i ...
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