Monthly Archives: May 2004
I have had a few emails today telling me how wonderful the service was at church yesterday. Everyone was keen to make sure I was missed, but it is also wonderful to hear how many people were involved in leading … Continue reading
How wonderful not to be going anywhere on the M6, M25 or M62.Living in Argyll has many advantages.
More reading – this time an article in the Church Times by Rev Giles Fraser on attitudes to clutter. He maintains that clutter in churches is symptomatic of a wider inefficiency in management structures. Instance the following quote, which made … Continue reading
Email is wonderful – easy on the voice. It has been good to be in touch with our Lay Reader in the parish and he keeps me up to date with what is happening. He is enjoying taking the services … Continue reading
Gentle walks and reading seem to be the order of the day for recovery at the moment. But the latest novel was both disturbing and compelling. Under the Skin by Michel Faber. I don't want to spoil it for you … Continue reading
A sudden screeching noise going on and on made the dog stop in her tracks today. I assumed it was an aeroplane but the dog knew better and was looking up into a twenty foot spruce. Then the mystery was … Continue reading
Talking to plants has both an ancient and high-profile pedigree. (If the Prince of Wales can do it…..) Like many others, I am so appreciative of the pleasure that plants bring that I am pleased to pass the time of … Continue reading
For some reason I have not been able to access the web for a while. It is amazing how out of touch one feels. No emails collected, no blogs read, no extra news…… Thankfully, it is back to normal now.
I have just re-read yesterday's entry. Surely I am not having Preaching Withdrawal Symptoms?