Tag Archives: Cathy

Obesity can be solved by losing weight and riding a bike.

This is a reflection on PM Boris Johnson’s simplistic and potentially problematic recipe for tackling obesity. *************  I would recommend the book by Amanda Prowse called the ‘Food of Love’, which talks about the complication of anorexia and self image. It … Continue reading

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Worship at Pannal Chapel on August 27th

On Sunday August 27th I led worship at Pannal Chapel.  We sang, ‘Thou whose almighty word’ before I led the prayers and the Lord’s Prayer.  Then there was a dramatised reading based on Exodus 1. 8-2.10 about how the baby … Continue reading

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Our Beloved Grandson Alexander Stephen Gibson

I am sorry that I have not done a posting for so long, as I have  been very busy and not always very well in the latter part of last year. My younger daughter Cathy was overjoyed to find she … Continue reading

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Sunday June 11th Trinity Sunday The Guild Anniversary at Wesley Chapel

On Wednesday June 7th we enjoyed lunch with Graham and Janet and in the evening I was at the Local Preacher’s meeting.  On Thursday my beloved saw the orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Mitchell, and was discharged as he was walking better, … Continue reading

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A week with friends and family

On Sunday May 21st in the afternoon there was a community activity on the Almsford Playing Field when my beloved’s friend’s group, ‘The Night Jars’ were to be playing so I drove near hoping to take my beloved.  My beloved … Continue reading

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Friends and Family Time

On Monday April 24th Cathy and I met with Kristina, baby Henry and Grandma Alice, Kristina’s mum at a café, which specialises in accommodating families for an afternoon tea; our lunch together.  Henry is really growing up and is such … Continue reading

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Kate and Harry’s Wedding

On Wednesday April 19th our gardener Martyn came to work in our garden.  On Friday 21st April  Beth drove me and Cathy to my niece Kate’s wedding to her long term partner Harry (Harrison) for the evening event.  The evening … Continue reading

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A splendid visit to Switzerland with Cathy

On Sunday March 26th my beloved cooked a delicious casserole to share with Beth and Cathy. Cathy supplied the pudding and I had something for Beth, which was gluten free.  They came to celebrate Mothering Sunday with us.  It was … Continue reading

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Life with Piper

I have been much busier each morning with our rescue dog, Piper.  He has revolutionised our lives.  He is very loving and at times mischievous.  After a nasty virus I had caused me to cough at night, Piper no longer … Continue reading

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Kathleen’s special birthday celebrations

On Saturday February 25th I walked Piper early as Beth, Cathy and I were travelling to Liverpool to celebrate my stepmother Kathleen’s 90th birthday.  Kathleen’s nephew and nieces had organised a buffet lunch for family and friends.  My beloved was … Continue reading

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