Life has, for all its horror, been found by God to be worth dying for.
I love the year end because it provides an opportunity to sit and look back over your shoulder and discover quite how many things have happened in the chunk of time of single year. On Jan 1st of this year, I was performing in a Japanese old people's home - I can't quite believe that … Continue reading Thoughts on 2017
What I've been learning about rest + some practicalities
Some of the traditions I encountered whilst in Japan for New Year's (shogatsu).
Featuring pineapple man, toilet slippers and dust boxes!
10 wonderful days of adventure, friends, a chopsticks crash-course, and welcoming 2017 in with style. Mt. Fuji, unexpected singing solos, paddling in the Pacific Ocean and so much more that cannot even be put into words.