Mandarin Thinking

Mandarin Thinking

Having lunch with my colleague I noticed he ate his mandarin in a very strange way. Instead of peeling off each segment at a time and eating them individually he would take three segments – all still connected together – and bite them in half. I was shocked! I had never ever seen anyone eat…

Waiting For The Right Turn

Waiting For The Right Turn

When coming out of my mother’s street I usually need to turn right. In Australia this means I need to wait for both directions of traffic to clear before I make my way out onto the road. As I am turning out onto a main road this can take quite some time. If there’s something…

A Lifetime Supply

A Lifetime Supply

I recently saw a radio show post this message: Congrats! You’ve just won a lifetime supply of the last thing you bought… What do you now have forever? When I thought about it I realised it was some baby paracetamol¬†and $70 cash out. Having a lifetime supply of baby paracetamol might be good for the…

Time To Roll Over

Time To Roll Over

My son has struggled to learn to roll over. While most babies his age are rolling left and right, my son just likes to sit. His sitting posture is beautiful and straight, however, there are key developmental processes in him learning to roll. We try to play with him on the floor to encourage his…

Don’t Waste The Paste

Don't Waste The Paste

I’m quite frugal with my money. So when it comes to toothpaste I try to get every little bit of paste out of the tube. I’ll start off by squeezing the bottom of the tube. Then I’ll run my fingers up the tube making sure every bit of paste is up the top. Then, over…

Can You Move?

Can You Move?

When I was in ministry at another church I sat down on a certain pew in the main auditorium before a service started. A few minutes later an older lady came down the aisle and stood at the end of the pew I was sitting on. I looked up and smiled. As she smiled back…

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