Monthly Archives: November 2007

Rest and balance is essential for health

Hello everyone!  Today I had a better day.  I have been more careful this week not to overdo it, and I am ashamed to say that I am still rather overtired!  On Tuesday I set off for a meeting only … Continue reading

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God’s House is for prayer

Hello everyone!  This morning on ‘Good Morning Sunday’ with Aled Jones there was a discussion about whether people should be charged to enter a church or not.  It took me straight back to the first year of marriage to my … Continue reading

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Sunday a blessed day of rest

Hello everyone!  I love Sunday as it is my day of rest and restoration.  I can have time to read and relax.  Last Sunday I had a busier day, as I went to church as usual in the morning, but … Continue reading

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Rhydian is amazing!

Hello everyone!  I have just been watching the X Factor show with my beloved.  Once again Rhydian stood out with his excellent performance tonight.  He was absolutely brilliant!  I just couldn’t take my eyes off him as he sang.  He … Continue reading

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A varied and challenging day

Hello everyone!  I enjoyed seeing Hilary last night.  Today I had an interesting day, as I had to cover reception for an hour, as the receptionist had her other hat on.  It was good to answer the phone, and have … Continue reading

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How do I manage it?

Hello everyone!  I have had two busy days at work and I even went into work this morning to see if I could catch up with work, as the secretary was at a course today.  I had a useful couple … Continue reading

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A service worth waiting for

Hello everyone!  The chairman of our district Dr Liz Taylor was taking the service this morning at our chapel, and I was reading the Old Testament reading from Isaiah 65 v 17-25.  I wondered why I had not heard when … Continue reading

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