Hmmm, lets just say that life for us has been an amazing journey of discovery. However, with all its trials and triumphs we are still just like everyone else. Simple people dealing with the normal struggles of life. You know, bills and challenges on a daily basis.
We try to make a positive impact on our local community and we are involved members of our local Church. We believe that you reap what you sow, so if we can help, we usually will. We try to encourage people to see the potential in themselves and rise above their fears.
We want our family to be wholesome and connected, and we welcome the opportunity to spend quality time with them when we can. You see, our family is primary to us, having faced some major health issues with our parents and our children in the last 12 months.
Like all parents of teenagers and young adults, we are immensely proud of our four girls. They have developed into independant, vital and caring members of the community. They have carved out their own individual niche's and stand with pride and dignity in their own circle of friends.
We have been fortunate enough to have risen above our own failures and together made a second chance at life. God so blessed us when he introduced us to each other in early 2006. We married in March 2007 in a cave north of Rockhampton, Australia. See the picture on the left of this text. Yep, that is a hot pink suit!
We are now on a mission. A full on assault to make the remaining years of our working lives count. We have so much to be thankful for and so much we want to achieve. There are opportunities which are there for the taking and we are going to meet them head on.
Our journey has already begun and we are moving towards improving our personal wellbeing, physically, spiritually and financially. We ambrace this challenge excitedly, as we look to impact our world in a positive and pro-active way. We pray that you can be a part of our journey too.