Monthly Archives: March 2010

Jesus was humble and obedient even to death

Hello everyone!  Today is a beautiful day with glorious sunshine with a real feel of spring, although the weather forecast mentioned the possibility of wintry showers next week!  I remember one April day, when the children were still small, when … Continue reading

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Our extra work has paid off

Hello everyone!  I have had another full week of work, even working a few hours on my day off, but I have reached one of the deadlines, which is a relief.  I was also busy on Friday at the Acorn … Continue reading

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Let us build our house on the rock

Hello everyone!  This morning was the Guild Service led by our minister Shaun and he was good at incorporating the themes from our Lenten group and the Guild charity news.  He showed the children a plastic globe and pointed to … Continue reading

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A Busy Week again

Hello everyone!  I have been busy all week at work summarising patient notes and we are now 1% from the needed total of overall summaries, which I should manage to do before the end of the month, which is a … Continue reading

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A true Mothering Sunday Celebration

Hello everyone!  I managed to sleep better after I had taken 2 paracetamol in the night and I had a drink of Red Bush tea at 3 am.  I rubbed some ibuleve on my foot before driving to church, as … Continue reading

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A full week of activities

Hello everyone!  I have been busy at work this week to meet the end of month deadlines which is not as taxing as we are all working together as a team.  I love working there, as my colleagues are great … Continue reading

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A lovely sunny day

Hello everyone!  Today is beautiful with a clear blue sky and bright sunshine after a sharp frost last night; it makes me feel extra good to be alive!  This morning I drove over to Killinghall to lead a service at … Continue reading

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