Wednesday, July 31, 2013
I just thought I'd give you an update with what's been happening of late.
I've been on holidays from work this month and therefore I've been on a break from things mainly work related, but other things like blogging I've put on pause too.
Work started back a week ago and things have been really hectic at the school; a new term, assessments to administer, new topics to cover, and so on. It's going to be a longer school term and at the very end of it my wife and I will welcome our third child into the world (due September 26).
I've also been busy working with other things like writing blogs for the St. Paul Street Evangelization website and I'm really enjoying that at the moment. I've been able to set my own deadlines and work with things based on my own timetable which has been very good.
Before work started back I was invited by the founder of Parousia Media to give a series of talks over in Sydney early next year. It's a really good opportunity for me and after those talks I can finally add "national speaker" to my resume. :)
So things have been really busy as you can see, and with a new baby coming soon things will only get busier, which brings me to my next point...
I love blogging on this website and it has been my baby over the last four years. I certainly would not stop blogging but given the pace of things at the moment and the impending wave of business coming my way (aside from full-time work), I can't give the blog the time I've given it in the past. So for the foreseeable future I'll be blogging once a month at the most. I've got long service leave to look forward to early next year so I hope to be blogging some more during then, but between now and then I will be writing only monthly for this blog.
In the meantime I would love to answer your questions! If there's a topic you'd like me to address in the future or if you have a question about the Catholic faith, then please contact me via email.
Thank you all for your support and I look forward to writing good quality blogs dealing with the faith matters that are important to you in the near future.