Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Books that stick!


This is a book that I'm about 3/4's through at the moment..and am 100 percent not disappointed.
Its one of those books that has been on my "must read" list for a long time and now that I'm reading it I'm wishing I'd picked it up earlier.
Its written by a christian author but more than anything the thing that strikes me about it is how applicable it is to every one.
I'm hoping to take on allot of what Ive read in these precious pages but in saying that I must also be honest to the reality that part of me feels like it would be easier to let some of these new found convictions ebb out of my mind.
If you happen to read it i'd love to hear what you thought.

If you want to borrow my copy, ill post it to you.

With love
Rosie



Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Hi, My Names Rosie.



Ive had this blog for a long time and have been thinking about posting for a while but have been on the fence as to whether it would be a positive thing for me or just end up being self promoting and image focused. But after a long debate with my self Ive decided to give it a go.
Ive just moved to London and am starting my new life here, for now at least.
Its all very big, fragile and real but none the less exciting.
Would love to hear from any body that reads any thing here. Please don't be shy :)
With love,
Rosie

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

I'm raised by a drop.


My emotions are similar to oceans

Lifting and falling dependent on surrounding forces

One moment feeling strong in my entirety

The next weakened by a falling drop of sky

The uncontrollable acts leave behind choppy and turbulent ways

Stability is an acquired skill just is weathering the storm

But when all is calm and peaceful I will rejoice and soak in the warmth and splendour

For now.

One of " those" days.


Such love and such rage

One moment spent in adore and the next in complete hurt

Feeling stripped of any voice and ability to disable harmful behaviour

Speaking loudly and with perfect clarity internally but outwardly left a complete mute

And then in all irony and with a placid disposition, agreeing as one speaks of the hardships of speaking up and communicating properly.

Oh the glorious frustration

Is it dependence or discipline that sustains the inward dismay?

Not knowing the out come the only clear path is surly this,

In which way will you behave while you wait to understand that grace isn’t an excuse or exception for being disregarded?

Monday, January 25, 2010

Spectrum's of Honesty

We smile all shades of light through the cracks we possess in our life. The small hair line fractures that we beg not be brought forth, are masked with a defensive shine
So much light that, even to ones self these cracks become foreign and forgotten. Healing is made so backwards. Ones pride becomes ones pain.
So I dear you to look onward with spectrum's of honesty and an offering of truth in order to partake in the process of life and not carry shame, for all that is shameful is the denial of ones self.

Monday, November 23, 2009