Wednesday, 4 February 2015

#WonderfulWednesday

As you know by now I have set myself a challenge to be more of a cheerleader for the wonderful human beings that surround me, inspire me, encourage me and generally give me hope for the future. So with that in mind every Wednesday I aim to share with you the profile of some fabulously divine human beings so you too may share in all that they are and bring to the world.

Welcome to #WonderfulWednesday No. 5

Todays utterly divine human being I met on my home turf in Bournemouth. I can't remember when or where we first met to be honest, it just feels like they have always been in my life and that is a good thing! 

So let me introduce them to you by sharing 10 things that totally captivate me about them:

1) They are fiercely passionate about equality 

2) They persistently cheerlead for others (pom poms for hands this one, I tell you!)

3) They have such a wicked sense of humour

4) They have a beautifully raw poetic heart 

5) They question everything in the most brilliant way

6) They love their family  

7) They take risks

8) They tell it like it is

9) They curate beautiful, tangible, creative moments for others

10) They give me hope for the future

Who is this #WonderfulWednesday human you may ask ...



Ruth Wells

Ruth is a superb human being and all round angel. She is currently to be found engaging in deanery youth work over the other side of Poole but soon she will be off to a Vicar School. I am excited that she is off to Vicar School not because I think she needs to learn more (she is already a most excellent minister) but because I think she has much to teach others. Her fellow ordinands are in for a real treat and the congregation that get to call her their vicar, well, they will be well blessed!  

You can get a nugget or two of divine wisdom and holy dissent by following Ruth via her twitter, check her out here and has been known to blog here, perhaps if you ask her nicely she will blog a bit more. The world needs to hear what she has to say, she makes a fair bit of sense, she really does. I have learnt a lot from Ruth over the years, more than she will ever know and I am incredibly blessed to have her in my life! 

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