Tag: Coffee break with Anna

Life without tv, movies

[notice]A fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych.[/notice] My husband and I decided to give up watching television or movies or entertainment of any kind for seven weeks.  I suppose if we were living 100 years ago, this would be no big deal.  We, however, are conditioned to resort to packaged entertainment […]

When I go grocery shopping

[notice]A fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych.[/notice] When I go grocery shopping, I usually prepare my strategy beforehand. I devise a plan which I write down and take with me to the grocery store. I first think about the week ahead and consider whether there are any special circumstances that I […]

Grateful whatever

[notice]A fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych.[/notice] We will be celebrating Easter Sunday in a few days time. It’s the day put aside in the Christian calendar when we remember the resurrection or christ. Let’s be grateful — grateful that 2000 odd years ago, Jesus took on the sins of the […]

Romance, beauty and tears…

[notice]The second part of a 2-part introductory article by Anna Heydenrych whose column will be published fortnightly in Gateway News[/notice] The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller Last week, I introduced the notion that […]

Time for a talk

[notice]The first in a new fortnightly column by Anna Heydenrych[/notice] “May the words of my mouth and the thoughts of my heart be pleasing to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.” Psalms 19 vs 14 The other day, over a quick cup of coffee during my lunch break, […]