In front of the camera

I started daring to get in front of the camera and take some picture of myself. It came to me out of the blue but I liked the result and I think I’m going to try it some more (to Cristi’s delight). Too bad my camera has to suffer and to be in peril of being run by cars or falling off bridges :D.



I also decided that I like the color yellow after all!


God touched me

God is so good to me! This past weeks He has revealed to me like never before and I feel Him working in me. I can feel His love and especially his patience with me. Last Sunday in church I was listening to the sermon and the pastor came to talk about Psalm 139:13,14 and how God designed us from nothing. I knew all this but I never pondered on it. Yes, He made all creation out of nothing, by the power of His word, including Adam but I never thought that I was made that way. Just from nothing. It’s not very easy to grasp! So I made a commitment to myself that I will write a poem about this…and I did, yesterday. It’s my first in English, so go easy on me :). It is named “God touched me”.

There was none of me,

Not even a trace

That showed that it will be

A something in this space.

I was not an ‘I’,

I was not here to see,

I was not here to love,

I was not here to feel.

But nothingness was touched,

There in an odd dark place,

And a small me had sparked

And God poured all His grace,

The power of His word

Filled all the vacant space.

The womb became alive

With me just sitting there

The life through me was rife,

And one thing was so clear:

A purpose I will have

In God’s amazing plan.

I sing to You O Lord

For being who I am!

He kept brightening my days by putting in my way all sort of beautiful creatures. One of them is this awesome dove, that I see every morning, at 6:30, on my way to work.


Around Kent II – churches

I had the chance to go on a short tour of several churches in Kent with the Dolce Singers Choir. I had a lot of fun visiting the churches, learning a bit about their history, architecture and see how people worship in some small towns. I got to see Wingham, Coldred, Barfrestone and Nonington on Saturday and Sunday I went with my church to the little village of Aylesham. It’s awesome to see how small these places of worship are but how important are to the community. I know there’re too many picture but I couldn’t help myself.












It should have said: after the service talk to your neighbour about God 😀




This picture is taken inside Aylesham Baptist Church.