I started this blog in 2009 (when I was the Ecumenical Chaplain at the University of Waikato, New Zealand) as a way to share my sabbatical. Then I continued my blog while I was the Co-Pastor of the Congregation of the Good Shepherd, an international, interdenominational congregation. Now I’m a student (in the Master of Counselling programme at the University of Auckland) and work with children, young people and their families as an Anglican priest.
As far as Myers-Briggs typology goes, I’m an introvert. That means that while I have lots of thoughts about what I could write on my blog, I don’t actually blog in the world outside my head terribly often. Besides, there are always other things to be doing: socks and shawls to knit, gluten-free treats to bake, beaches to walk on. Not to mention grad school writing and the work that I do in the Parish of All Saints, Howick in Auckland, New Zealand.
I’m glad you’ve stopped by.