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An International Mixed-Up World

So many people have asked me what it’s been like to move to a school and live in a country where everything is so different. They’ve asked me about the style of teaching, food, what my friends are like, and what I do on weekends, so instead of stating the obvious, I’ll mention some distinct differences I’ve come across. 639 more words


Our volcanic adventures

Living close to the entrance to the La Soufrière volcano trail, we organize hiking trips for visitors, but also arrange some for ourselves. Last Sunday the students and teachers of Richmond Vale Academy have visited the volcano again. 237 more words


Do you see me now? - My Poem of the Day (08/03/15)

Do You See Me Now?©

By Felina Silver Robinson

Copyright© 2014

My eyes have seen a great many things

But as long as I can remember all I’ve wanted is to have you see me… 344 more words


II Corinthians 12:1-6 -- What is far more important than our boasting

Well, this is my last day of vacation before I head back for Japan.  It will be an exceptionally long day, so your prayers for safety and strength would be appreciated.   262 more words

New Testament

Encounters in Life of a Software Engineer - Part II

Time for Part II, as promised I am back in a jiffy..

As u guessed, today’s topic is again the same.. experiences of a software engineer..Get ready for the ride.. 889 more words

Software Engineer

Looking Too Far Ahead

“It is a mistake to look too far ahead, only one link of the chain of destiny can be handled at a time”

As i write my first post, on my freshly made blog, following my recently created twitter and my newly full calender of professional development events i realise i need to… 280 more words



The day you grazed your knee at school.
Your nurse told me.
You never called.

The day you missed the bus on your way home. 211 more words