After almost 5 months in New Zealand I’d forgotten why until I saw this artwork and then I remembered why I love just because …

“I do believe in fairies I do, I do” Finding Neverland

In my normal environment, I can handle anything. Handling everything in an abnormal environment is very challenging and it’s here that I need to practise being awesome the most …. “I do believe in fairies” … simply means, believe in the impossible because if you focus hard enough, the impossible becomes reality!

It’s always the simple things we miss … a home cooked meal, walking out the front door to go somewhere, basking in the sunlight, the wind on our skin, sand or dirt under our feet, swimming in water, being able to stand next to somebody without fear

After a week away from home, my youngest son asked when I was returning home because he missed me and that footy starts July 25 2020. “I don’t know” I responded. Whenever I used to receive such a response from the boys, knowing that I knew that they knew, I used to say, “well ifContinue reading “It’s always the simple things we miss … a home cooked meal, walking out the front door to go somewhere, basking in the sunlight, the wind on our skin, sand or dirt under our feet, swimming in water, being able to stand next to somebody without fear”

A bridge covers the great divide and where once I only saw it’s capacity to reach the other side.

Now I see a bridge as a strong helping hand. Now I see that I am a bridge. I am a strong helping hand!

CoVID19 provided an opportunity for the world to stop fighting amongst ourselves and value each other.

Unprecedented cooperation and goodwill has caused humanity to unite as one … let’s make that our primary focus and take the opportunity to deconstruct weapons, persecution, racism, prejudice and fear …. let’s invest in humanity!

Typical Kaukau, always learning the hard way to appreciate who I am and what I can do … better late than never ðŸ˜’ðŸĪŠðŸ˜ðŸĪ—

Currently I’m in “Isolation” but I’m not isolated …

People can find a million reasons to separate themselves from other people …. bridge the gap because we need to stay connected, even in isolation ðŸĪ”