Monthly Archives: July 2009
Fun with gizmos today. Hint – it gives online access whilst on the move, but it does require patience. Visited the Biblical Garden at Elgin today. Most impressive.
In case you were wondering: two horses, two pigs, ten ducks, half a dozen hens, a cockerel with attitude, three dogs and five cats.
Him Behind the Wheel has taught the gobby cockerel some manners. A shovel was involved. Just for the record, both are still alive and well.
Talking to Son #2 the other day, we mentioned his birthday. “How old will you be?” I asked. MOTHER…… was the response, You birthed me. Happy Birthday #2 (In case of doubt, I do know which son, by the way. … Continue reading
The Nightingale’s Nest by Sarah Harrison. A most unusual but compelling read. It is in the form of a personal “memoir” of a woman in her 65th year – perhaps the reason I found it so interesting. She draws character … Continue reading
Is it or isn’t it going to pass its MOT this year?
Sewing is not really my thing. Let’s say that it tends to be when needs must. My computerised sewing machine sits in the cupboard in lonely fashion from one year to the next. However, I bought some casual trousers on … Continue reading
The library van did not appear today. Much missed as most of the books have been read. Either the van must have broken down or the regular driver is on holiday. Our track presents a considerable challenge for the unwary. … Continue reading
I’m with Augustine when he said that if you think you understand God it is not God. In other words, God cannot be fully understood.