Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
I attended a great festival in Coolum on the weekend with our compost bins. We met a lot of other small business owners and enjoyed all the keynote speakers. Most of the speakers were from a Womens Network and they all had some really great relevant information. One lady Annie from Saucy Social Media had tips on using social media for your business. She has some great workshops coming up.
Clearly by the look of this blog I desperately need some help. I would like to be contributing more to my blog and more importantly using the social media for our business so I need to pull my finger out and
JUST DO IT!!
You can find more information about her workshops at http://www.saucysocialmedia.com/
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
How amazing is this? This photo as below was taken in the flood waters near Dalby
As below it is common for animals to help each other out
when disaster strikes. I guess it is a little touch of heaven because
the bible says that the lion will lay down with the lamb.
Also out of adversity comes human resourcefulness and
compassion for each other and sometimes it's the only time
we witness our God given courage and strength rise up
and God becomes someone we call out to.
Please pray for blessing to come from all of this. Sometimes natural disasters bring us back to reality and what is really important and it’s not in materialthings but in our relationship with one another and more importantly with our Creator God .
Computer technician Armin Gerlach was visiting friends in the flood-hit town of Dalby, located in the state's south-east, last week when he spotted the unlikely pair.
"I felt amazement, I just couldn’t believe it," Mr Gerlach told ninemsn.
Mr Gelach said a friend who had been affected by many floods told him animals often helped each other out during disasters.
"It's quite common when you have animals in floods or fires or disasters, they actually get together and don't do anything," he said. "[My friend] has seen foxes and rabbits forget their hunting instincts during natural disasters," he said