As I fly over England from Paris for the last time, I can't help but feel in awe. Every time I fly I naturally end up worship God in my thoughts. I get to see just a fraction of the vast Earth He created and it astonishes me. You don't realise just how big the … Continue reading How can it be?
Change is no longer my enemy.
"I'm gonna praise him, praise him till i'm gone I'm gonna praise him, praise him till i'm gone When the praises go up, the blessings come down It seems like blessings keep falling in my lap It seems like blessings keep falling in my lap" - Chance The Rapper, Blessings. From the album Coloring Book … Continue reading Chance The Rapper (the Pastor?)
Hello again! After a short break from writing, I'm back! A lot has happened since I last wrote, including my first little break away from Paris. After five months of living in Paris and exploring, in February a friend and I decided to go on a short trip to explore Amsterdam. This was our first … Continue reading Ambling in Amsterdam
As the year comes to a close, many of us start to look back over what we've accomplished and learnt over the year as we start to set goals for the next year coming. So instead of boring you with my new years resolutions, here is my run down of five things I've learnt whilst … Continue reading What I’ve Learnt in Four Months
Here are a collection of photographs taken from numerous places in Paris including La Defense, Opera and Bastille. As you can see, December brought lots of blue skies but also freezing cold temperatures. Thank you to Danielle Camille for being my muse! My first time photographing a person but hopefully not my last! Jade x
As I approach my fourth month of living in the city of lights, I start to realise how those who live here are so much like the lights that glimmer of a night time. I have made some wonderful friends over the last few months, some who like the lights of the Eiffel Tower seem … Continue reading A City of Wanderers
"Can you smell it?" This sentence will probably stay with me until I die and for very good reason too. During my first week of being an Au Pair the weather in Paris was gorgeous. The sun was shining everyday and there was no need for hats and scarves, unlike now! I was still developing … Continue reading The First Time
As Au Pair's we have the privilege of being welcomed into families, whether that be for a few months or 24 months. Approaching my third month of being a member of a Parisian family I have had a lot of time to reflect on what families can be like and what my own was like … Continue reading From The Outside Looking In