One Month In.

Each and every week I find myself confused, and amazed by the whole concept of time. Without getting into a philosophical/theoretical discussion about the whole idea (and trust me, we’ve done that in tutorials…it’s enough to make your brain go bananas), time is something pretty cool.

Each day that passes can feel like it’s dragging; as if I’m living several days all in one…yet we get to Thursday night, at Wind Band rehearsal – and I’m staggered that another week has gone by already.

As it is, I’m sitting here, quite unable to believe that a month ago was the day I moved into halls. It’s been a weird month…I can say that for sure.

Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus | The …

Welcome back to the next instalment of my recent adventures round the Holy Land.

Just another place we hear so much about, but dream of seeing? ‘twas definitely the case for me. Our day trip to the Galilee region was one of two long day-trips of sight-seeing – but while they were hot (around 35/36°C), long, and full-on, I’m so glad I had the opportunity to see and explore some of those areas.

Learning How to Say ‘Goodbye’

I don’t like goodbyes. I also don’t think I’m alone in disliking them.

As someone who isn’t the biggest fan of change, goodbyes often send a jolt of fear through me. It’s a way of acknowledging that something is changing, and that in some area, life won’t look the same anymore.

Of course, not all goodbyes are big ones. Everyday “See you Laters” and “Byes” don’t have the same effect. But having gone through a large number of changes over the past few months, the “goodbyes” have also increased in number.

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