Monthly Archives: January 2006
The world is white today Sky dips to meet The frost heavy on branches. White wilderness. Thanks be to God.
Ended up yesterday with no voice – reminded me vividly of what happened two years ago, so I have been very careful to follow the voice health rules my speech therapist taught me. I may not be preaching again until … Continue reading
Spending a lot of time with a new puppy, showing it the house rules etc, has meant that some of my prayer routines have been a bit disturbed. I am reminded about Brother Lawrence and his life of prayer in … Continue reading
My Sacred Space reader tells me that today is the feast day of St Thomas Aquinas. In looking him up online I am reminded that he thought heretics should be put to death and would be forever separated from God. … Continue reading
Cute or what?
Five rolls of chicken wire arrived by carrier today. Now the problem is how to persuade Him Behind the Wheel that it is a worthwhile use of his time to Colditz the garden. We have thought of one problem: the … Continue reading
There is a downside to having roe deer sleeping in the garden – deer poo. Guess which puppy likes to eat it? Thus, I spent a pleasant half-hour this afternoon picking the stuff up. I did wear disposable rubber gloves, … Continue reading
Oh no – I have turned into Woman with a cold. I may even be more miserable than Man with a cold. And it is such a beautiful bright crisp sunny day. All I can do is look – sniffle … Continue reading
Misty had her first outing to the vet yesterday – trauma trauma to get the first of her vaccinations. Thereafter, it was to Son No 3 for an introduction and visit. This is her rucsac for the journey. All … Continue reading
The problem of needing to take exercise has been solved. Her name is Misty and she is an 8-week old cairn terrier.