Recently I watched the movie Sully (2016) and was reminded of a basic human instinct that we all do – Judge. If you haven’t watched the movie, I would highly recommend it. It’s based on the true story of Captain Chelsea Sullenberger, a pilot for commercial airline US Airways, on a routine flight from LaGuardia … More Judging Me, Judging You.
If you’re not passionate about teaching, don’t do it! Walking into Nudgee College on Monday morning was like walking into a crowded room where everyone knows everyone except you. I was nervous, intimidated and I was scared, okay let’s be honest… I was petrified. It had been 14 years since I had stepped into a […]
I’ve always had an appreciation for creative subjects. Probably because I’ve enjoyed doing so many of them myself. Though, there’s one creative outlet I’ve never been able to conquer – Music. I’ve never been musically inclined, although I have tried. I have a keyboard I have been practicing the same song on now for 7 […]
“It doesn’t matter if they don’t deserve it, it’s what you believe that matters” – Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman (2017). If you haven’t watched it yet, watch it. It will tick every box of prerequisites you have ever had for a strong female lead in any movie. Yesterday I walked out of that cinema … More Wonder Woman (Spoiler Alert)
On Wednesday night I was dealt a pretty awkward hand in life… Picture this: Newly single, you’ve made plans at the last-minute to go out for dinner with a good friend to a swanky restaurant. When you get there the waiter guides you to your table, unaware of the disastrous decision he’s made for your … More When You’re Dealt a Pretty Awkward Hand in Life…
Last night I was lucky enough to attend a benefit for our local School Chaplains. If you are like me and have had very little to do with them, then it would be hard to understand the positive impact and influence these guys have on kids and how important their presence is within our schools. Let … More A Tribute to our School Chaplains
Barn owl by Gwen Harwood tells the story of innocence removed in an instant and the cruel reality of death. The poem starts with an excited naughty child who grabs his father’s gun with the intent to kill an owl that has been using their barn as a safe haven – “I knew my prize … More Gwen Harwood – Barn Owl