Monthly Archives: June 2008

True beauty is within

Hello everyone!  This morning our service was led by a local preacher, Lesley Simms, who told a story which kept the children riveted!   It was the story of ‘The Ugly Princess’.  Her father dearly loved her and wanted her to … Continue reading

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A full day of activities

Hello everyone!  I have had a busy and productive day sorting out two sheds.  I had one trip to the tip with extra rubbish.  We have now filled our shed at the bottom of our garden with most of the … Continue reading

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A busy week ends and we can relax together

Hello everyone!  At last I have time to do a blog.  Life has been full with work on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and helping today at the Acorn Centre. I did have a day off on Wednesday, but I was … Continue reading

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Alone, Lost and a Stranger

Hello everyone!  This morning on Good Morning Sunday I was struck by John McCarthy’s support for refugees recovering from torture; he feels empathy with those people after his experience of being a hostage for more than 1900 days, when he … Continue reading

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A lovely holiday

Hello everyone!  I have enjoyed my few days of holiday spending time with my beloved gardening when the weather was fine.  Yesterday it was wet most of the day so I was able to catch up with cleaning in the … Continue reading

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A delicious meal out

Hello everyone!  I am enjoying working in the garden now I have a few days on holiday.  It is good to clear some of our rampant ground elder and reveal the plants.  My beloved keeps having ideas to develop our … Continue reading

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The Journey Home

Hello everyone!  On Saturday morning we set off for home, leaving at 10.10am and arrived home at 1pm after filling up with petrol.  We had been invited to join Margaret and my other siblings for a picnic lunch in her … Continue reading

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