Monthly Archives: February 2004
I’ve decided to take a little blogging rest. I’ll be back online in a few days, I hope.
In case you are interested, and following on from yesterday's blog, the hymns are The day thou gavest Lord is ended, and Lord Jesus Christ. Neither of these will surprise my organists.
Having gone on about my health (or lack of it) over some days now, I am glad to report that things are looking up. Each day shows an improvement, and hopefully I will soon be fighting fit. Indeed, I am … Continue reading
The posters arrived today for the 104 Pairs of Shoes Exhibition that will be touring Argyll during the month of March. 104 is a significant number, because 2 women are killed every week in the UK through domestic abuse. A … Continue reading
There has been an interesting contact made via the church website ( www.islandchurches.org.uk ) from a minister in the States near the Gulf of Mexico. So Sally, if you would like to send me your email address, I would be … Continue reading
On the whole, the visitors staying with me at Colonsay are more than doing their bit. Things like washing curtains (and windows), getting the dog muddy, doing the dishes etc…. But there was a tad much enthusiasm from one of … Continue reading
This Manse here on Colonsay is used throughout much of the year by visiting clergy and their families. The house is let out on the understanding that the visitors take the Sunday service. This has the advantage of providing pastoral cover, variety in preaching … Continue reading
Sometime soon I hope to be able to post pictures onto the front page of this blog. For now, I am lost for words to describe the perfection of the view from the window here. It looks over the sea … Continue reading
Back on a ferry today – lunchtime one to Colonsay.Can I resist the Cal-Mac hotplate? Definitely. Not so sure about the chips though.