Monthly Archives: May 2006

A day to unwind

  Hello everyone!  Today it has been a bit brighter with breezy sunshine and not as much rain, which is a relief.   I enjoyed a slow start and treated myself to a pedicure, which meant that I had to sit … Continue reading

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A better day

  Hello everyone!  It has been good to see the sun today for most of the time after so much rain.  The garden is still waterlogged though.  I have been working all day at the surgery and I have had … Continue reading

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Sleep and rest are required

  Hello everyone!  Today it is miserable, cold and wet, so that we have had to have the fire on again!  The pond is overflowing and the ground is waterlogged; at least we will not have a water shortage here … Continue reading

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I believe, Father, help my unbelief

  Hello everyone!  Today after a bright early start to the day it is now raining steadily!  This morning’s service turned out to be quite dramatic, after we learnt the very sad news of the death of a young local … Continue reading

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We just need to be available

Hello everyone!  I had a good day discussing how to share our faith in understandable language for today’s world.   It was fascinating and good to hear of the experiences people had and share ideas.  I shall remember one comment in … Continue reading

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All Around The Houses

Hello everyone!  I did not get time to do a blog yesterday, as I was out trying to collect in Christian Aid envelopes, and it was nearly time for a program, which I wanted to see, by the time I … Continue reading

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A great day off

Hello everyone!  Today was warm and bright until I was collecting the Christian Aid envelopes this evening, when the heavens opened and it poured down!  I did all the odd side of our road, as our road has 100 houses, … Continue reading

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