October 27, 2011

So I’ve been pretty absent over the last couple of months, but I’m still here, promise! Thought I’d keep you lovely people updated on me and where I’m at now…

I moved to Devon. My parents have lived in Plymouth for a while now and it’s the place that most feels like home. So I’m here, with the sea and the rain for the foreseeable future. I’ve found a lovely flat near The Hoe and am currently waiting on the legal shmegal to happen, then the builders are moving in to renovate the place. It’s going to be a beautiful home for my youngest sister and I when it’s done though and I’m very excited about it!

I’m enjoying settling in down here, meeting new people, catching up with old friends… looking for a church, knitting group, job (maybe, yes, and hopefully soon now my CV is finally sorted)

I had the most amazing summer, really full of fun and so refreshing for my very tired soul. And now I feel like I’m ready to get up and get on. I’m still blogging, in a short, knitty sort of way over at Stitches & Swatches. And I’ll update here if anything especially exciting happens, like I finally open my etsy shop or write a book or get the NHS to change their policy on Colitis patients.

So all that’s left to say really is thank you. Thank you for reading, for letting us ramble, for over 58,000 blog  hits. Thank you for praying and hoping and loving us. Thank you for supporting two random strangers as they faced cancer head on.

I’m going to finish with this – EVERYTHING good we did, we did it through the power of Jesus Christ. All our hope and positivity and strength, all our love for each other, all our patience and trust… was all God. Right from the start, we said we would trust that He would look after us and we would do it in His strength. And we did, and He was faithful and true. And that’s the only reason that I’m still standing now.

~ “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”~

I love you!

Ses xxx




  1. I am going to keep the email that was generated by this post because your strength in Christ strengthens me and my family as we travel through our own difficulties -I will not enumerate them, here, as it’s unnecessary to say anything other than my faith has been extremely challenged, but what we are going through is, comparatively, nothing. Thank you, so much, for your faithfulness, and I will keep you in my prayers. ~Paul

  2. I’m so pleased you are coping so well and proving yourself as such a strong character, also that you are settled happily back in the south west.

    I have sent the link to your site to a few friends who I know where interested from our school when I talked about it in person with them about it, because it moved me so deeply, I really felt the need to share it. I hope that is ok with you. I was hoping to contact you direct but cant find any details listed on the site, so though I would leave this note.

    Keep well ma’dear. x

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