Mother Teresa said, ” If you can’t feed 100 people, feed just one.” I recently found this quote and I love it to bits and pieces. It… Read more “Feed just one….”
Oh my giddy aunt! I am so excited! We have a new partnership!! Freeset! Who/what is Freeset? Well, I’m glad you asked. Freeset is a company in… Read more “Freeset”
This word has been bouncing around my brain. I’ve been confronted with a lot of privilege lately. I see it streaming through news casts and screaming from… Read more “Privilege”
You say I took the name in vain I don’t even know the name But if I did, well really, what’s it to you? There’s a blaze… Read more “A cold and broken Hallelujah”
If you’re unfamiliar with this phase, well, you probably aren’t American. Which is fine. It is the ending to the pledge of allegiance that grade schoolers are… Read more “With Liberty and Justice for all”
ometimes I struggle with words. I love words, but sometimes I truly and verily struggle with them.
I have read a lot of words over the last few weeks. Many of them very good words. Words telling me about the law changes in New Zealand to now protect underage girls from being brought here to be married off…also protecting any underage people from pedophiles in this country. Great words. So encouraging words.
So, I recently contacted the NZPC(New Zealand Prostitutes Collective). I spoke with the chairperson,Ms Healy, who very kindly took time out of her schedule to let me… Read more “My interview with a sex-worker”
HELLO! So, I did an interview with the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective last week. I’ve been trying to write that article for a while. But it’s still… Read more “The Justice Conference”
So I recently had a drink with a friend who works in the non-profit world in NZ. I asked if her organization works much with trafficking. She… Read more “Marriage Trafficking”
Over school holidays we had a very busy time. Which is great in terms of business. Our family was invited to Rotorua. We took the opportunity and… Read more “Rotorua and beyond!”