When I am not writing (or talking – which I have been told I can do underwater – not true!)

I do enjoy sharing quality time with my sewing machine, or maybe a craft done by hand. My recent skill, still being developed – is patchwork and quilting. And as I see the projects come to completion, I soon find myself motivated to start on the next.

 * To view some of my finished projects pop on over to Pics and leave a comment.  PS: I would love to see some Pics of your projects too.

Baking is another one of my pastimes with a regular “bake” day in order to provide those lunch treats. Recently, I have attempted creativity with the icing and decorating of cupcakes. Success was achieved! I am open to budget recipes that deliver with class, maybe one of your family recipes would impress my family?

Time is often spent reading! I enjoy a variety of books with some authors which I gravitate towards, including motivational books, biographies of any sort and a few novels. Some of my favourite authors include: Francine Rivers, John Bevere, Steven Futrick and Joyce Myer.

 But, oh, I have to say that family time is always up there on the top of the list, this could be enjoying a movie night, special dessert or just chilling with each other.

Kitchen Creations



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Book DEBrief

"Undaunted" by Christine Caine

A book I will read again!

The story that Christine shares is personal and impacting, full of honesty and openness. I related to so much of what she had to share and was extremely encouraged.

Christine is with no doubt a woman of faith, but it is the way in which she openly shares the journey of faith, including the thoughts of doubt and question and the wonder of how it will all work out that for me was the greatest encouragement.

I often feel like a lesser woman of faith when I begin to doubt, yet what I learnt from this real life story is that is the action which we take that will bring us closer to the purpose we were designed for.

I was also reminded that, from my own dark and depressive experiences, I can be used to empower and equip others; but it takes the desire to not only want change but to hang on tight to it, grip it well and move forward with it every day.

This is my first Christine Caine book, one I picked up from a recommendation, and I am so glad that I did. Christine writes in an easy to read fashion, but I found it was her honesty and humbleness before God that captured me.

I do recommend this book as a great read, but be prepared to be challenged whilst also very encouraged to become someone who is UNDAUNTED!


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