Well folks, I must apologise for the delay in replying, I’ve only just got connected to the internet today. A big thank you to those of you who prayed for our safety as we journeyed. Yesterday was our first Lord’s Day in Australia, and a delightful one at that; a day full of ‘new things.’…Continue readingOur First Lord’s Day in Australia
The first day of the next year or so of our lives began today. After a 7 hour flight in which we slept on and off for most of the way, we landed in Adelaide around 9am local time with the sun ’splitting the stones’. Quite a contrast compared to both Northern Ireland where it’s freezing,…Continue readingArrival in Oz
I would never had guessed that on our way to Australia we would have had the opportunity to stop in at one of the world’s fastest growing cities, but divine providence allowed us to experience a taste of life in Singapore, and Mel and I have really enjoyed our brief visit. On our last day…Continue readingLast Day in Singapore
For me, New Year’s Day is usually spent just relaxing and enjoying the last day of the holiday period before the regular weekly routine begins again. However, today was different. It began with breakfast in our hotel at 8am, which was quite western for the most part, allowing everyone to help themselves to eggs, bacon, toast,…Continue readingHappy New Year!
Saturday was truly the ultimate display of madness as Melanie and I tried to get our luggage ready, keys handed over, a few chores and some last visits all before 3pm. If I was to say that we were a little stressed, I would only be telling half the tale and those who know me will…Continue readingFrom Northern Ireland to Singapore
After working for almost four years in S.J. McAuley Engineering, it was a little weird saying goodbye to many who I have worked with in this time. To be honest, most of them haven’t been there all that time as four years ago the firm wasn’t as large as it is now, but some good friendships were built…Continue readingLast Day with Work Colleagues
Tonight marked the beginning of having to say goodbye to people that we know we’ll not see (God willing) for at least a year, and to be honest it had a kind of undesirable feeling to it. The occasion? Well, for the past three years I have been attending a small house prayer meeting and…Continue readingThe Goodbyes Begin