Monthly Archives: July 2008
Visiting Bug this week. She is Misty-sized but our little madam is not so keen on any other dog vying for the cuteness stakes.
If you were to do a poll of a roomful of retirees, one of their main concerns would be about the likelihood of Alzheimer’s disease being a factor in their own ageing. It is therefore good to hear of the … Continue reading
We have Mediterranean heat here in Argyll – 28.7degrees centigrade – no complaints here then. The loungers and deck chairs are outside, as is the holiday reading and I have come indoors to cool down slightly.
There is a Bible story where Peter’s mother in law is ill with a fever. Jesus heals her, and she gets up and waits table for the apostles. The sore throat I have been suffering from for the last few … Continue reading
This is a reminder for me of living in the Western Isles. Our house was on the edge of the moors, which stretched down to the sea, and at this time of the year the bog cotton bloomed for weeks. … Continue reading
This post is about sharing – and not of the nice kind. Last week I sat behind someone who was coughing, spluttering and sneezing. Now I have a sore throat. Ah well…. such is life.
In one of my recent travels I mislaid my magnifying mirror. Useful for putting on eye make-up at 5 times magnification. Incidentally, eye-make and up and moisturiser are my only concessions to getting “done up” these days. Anyway, I hunted … Continue reading
Picture a Highland glen – tranquil, river burbling by, mountains all around, blue sky, sheep baaing, highland cattle grazing……. youngest granddaughter pipes up – “Is there a juice shop up here?” Classic memory.
The two littlest grandchildren are here for a few days visit. It is wonderful to be reminded of the gift of looking at the world with new eyes every day. Thank you Lord for this new day.