Monthly Archives: April 2007
Misty deserves another picture…….
From silly devotions and from sour-faced saints, good Lord, deliver us. Teresa of Avila I shall try to remember this as I drive down the lochside for an open-air service this morning. Being out in the beautiful scenery – and … Continue reading
Have just finished reading To Travel Hopefully by Christopher Rush. It is a sad but ultimately encouraging book. The author describes in harrowing detail his travels through the death of his wife and the subsequent year of bereavement. Eventually, he … Continue reading
Heard the cuckoo yesterday for the first time this year. A happy sound in stark contrast to a bird of such unfortunate habits.
She will be getting clipped in a couple of weeks!
“The” Gizmo is on its way. Until then the sitting room will continue to look like a movie studio. I had expected that transferring and editing the old home videos would make an ideal winter occupation. However, it has been … Continue reading
Apparently there is a gizmo which allows old home movie videos to be transferred from analogue to digital via the computer, and then these can be edited using movie software. We have around a dozen tapes from over the years, … Continue reading
There has been an abundance of spring around in the last few days, especially as some damp weather has given a boost to leaves and plants. What more could you want on a walk: oyster-catchers, ducks, wood anenomes, dog violet … Continue reading
Read a comment this week from someone who was talking about how to survive life. Surviving is not about how you stand up to it. nor how you bend with it…..rather it is about how you bounce. I suppose that … Continue reading