One cold November evening after work I stopped to speak to a homeless lady who usually sits close by my office, at this time our conversations are frequent. Some loose and not so loose change, some coffees, turkey sandwiches and a few chocolate chip muffins, have also been common givings during our frequent catch-up-sessions. However … Continue reading Faith: I Gave Maria My Gloves!
As I write, I really miss the convenience of frequenting my local nail shop & having my nail technician back home do my nails [see below]. So being new and excited about New York, sometime ago I decided to get my nails done. I went into the shop, which looked really nice and made my … Continue reading Finance: Becoming Internationally Aware
If you're just joining me on this eventful recital of DearSunday: CCF, Brunch and the Blind Man, then catch up on Part 1 here. Sunday 15th September 2013 continued: As I embarked on my A Train journey back home I realised that I hadn't eaten all day! My first thought was to call my room … Continue reading Faith: Church, Brunch & the Blind Man Part 2
HI! I'm back with another #TBT (#ThrowbackThursday) edition...no not because it was intentional, but because I've been ever so lazy with my blog (amongst many other things), and it seemed ok that this post could be considered as a throwback...I mean the events mentioned in this post took place almost 8 WEEKS AGO! (*side eye*)... … Continue reading Faith: Church, Brunch & the Blind Man Part 1
I've been in New York for just about four weeks now and my Starbucks habit has reached new heights and I've noticed something - I tend to sigh, a bit too loud, whenever I'm asked for my name. No matter how much I enjoy a frapp [with soya/soy milk ] here and there and I … Continue reading Life: When #Starbucks spells your name wrong… *sigh*
Psalm 139: 13-16: “…Like an open book you watched me grow from conception to birth all the stages of my life were spread before you, The days of my life all prepared before I even lived one day…” [The Message] This ideally should have been posted on the 19th August 2013, but no Internet access … Continue reading Life: Psalm 139