I was bemused when a fourth parent offered me their daughter who is on the market as it were. I get that parents want the best for their kids. A parent will always defend and promote said child, unless he or she is guilty of a grave and serious crime, then he or she is… Read More

It’s a weird feeling to be working for the Empire. Let’s just say it’s not exactly the Rebel Alliance. The perks include a laid back attitude. You can breathe in-between tasks, but the literal air is toxic. The exponential perk is that I will not see the light of day on a generous pension and… Read More

Something isn’t right. The subtle patterns that weave in and around to form a tapestry crafted by an unskilled merchant is worrying. What comes to mind when you see posters advertise mental illness? Is the message promoting a healthy life and positive wellbeing? Is it really promoting, or is it a smoke screen to safeguard… Read More

A miracle happened today… on a Sunday. I was helping Dad to humph our infamous treadmill from our living room to our nearly-finished ‘sunroom’ (more of that drama in a much delayed reflection this year). Half way to its final destination, we had to tilt the treadmill base on its side for the contraption to… Read More

I believe good things come to those who wait. I also believe patience is a virtue. Knowing that I’ve recently inked my kid-like signature on a new contract, I sense an inward pressure to honour God’s temple as I now have a new superficial price on my literal head – not just in the post… Read More