Wednesday, 17 June 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. 22

Todays utterly divine human being and I first met many, many years ago when they were much smaller, younger and quieter.

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

1) They care about others    
2) They fight injustice     
3) They enjoy the simple things    
4) They don't follow the crowd 
5) They have a quirky sense of humour 
6) Whether they like it or not little children adore them!     
7) They are super creative 
8) They go for what they want    
9) They aren't afraid to try new things 
10) They want to make the world a better place
 
Who is this #WonderfulWednesday human you may ask ...


Rhys Shore Dunning (aka my son) 

Rhys was the bundle of joy I hadn't really seen coming. It would be a lie to say being a single mum at 17 wasn't hard or difficult but from the early days we had a great sense of team, us against the world! 

When he was in primary school he excitedly brought a letter home about guitar lessons. I have always seen music and creativity as a gift so we saved up hard to purchase his first (super small) guitar and his lessons began. This led to him having a few years of lessons with Clives Music but when money was tight he had to switch to learning from youtube, being in various bands with friends and to taking a GCSE in Music. 

Currently Rhys is a guitar performance student at ACMr undertaking a Btec Diploma. But this week he received 3 offers to study for a music degree at some of the best centres for contemporary music and all a year ahead of the usual schedule!  

Pride is a funny concept for us but 'this is my son whom I love, with him I am well pleased'



You can check out Rhys' musical exploits by following him on Youtube 

Rhys has lost of decisions to make in the days ahead, 
so please pray for wisdom and discernment. 


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