“But, you will never have a home”, said my pragmatic Asian mom in empathetic response to the vision I had for my twenties:
Stories by her
March 17 | Pondering over the promises of Psalm 91:four and of “uncommon women”.
I will not forget that moment I died at London 2012. I arrived in London I had a classy hotel room — I was so underwhelmed it...
“Hmm”, he took my boarding pass, “let me just upgrade you to business class.” I was at the boarding gate and I was in a blur.
“Everybody’s Changing is a song about something I think a lot of people will experience, which is when people’s lives start going...
The “plan” had always been to work as a consultant at a big four. But the spontaneous creative soul in me was a bigger force.
I woke up on the first day of 2005 — the twentieth year of my existence — in an overnight train from Adelaide to Melbourne.