Monthly Archives: September 2004
A long time ago when we were on a sailing holiday with friends, one of our party woke up with a very puffy face. The other three were not in the least sympathetic, though it was alarming to believe that the wind … Continue reading
Phrases, patience and practices. And lots of breathing.No wonder the dog thinks I am in pain.
This is a technical question from a very non-technical person. The new motorhome is based on a Fiat Ducato diesel engine, and it has only two positions on the ignition. Either on, (in which case the radio works) or fully … Continue reading
The Glasgow September Weekend holiday really does mark the end of summer and the beginning of autumn. I remember fireworks at Largs in years gone by, photographs with a full moon shining over the sea, and getting engaged 40 years … Continue reading
The new motorhome is here at last, looking very swish in its new surroundings. Getting it kitted out is not unlike fitting out a boat. However, it does not swing around in the wind and it is less trouble to … Continue reading
We have had visitors and so has Dana. She adores any canine company. But why does it make her so badly behaved? Today's little escapade was to run riot all over the golf course.
The funniest thing over the last couple of days was a phone call from Nissan asking to speak to the wife of the Rev Freda Marshall. Pronounced Fred-ah…….. I know my voice sounds peculiar, but it did not help when … Continue reading
The House at Pooh Corner is in amongst my Practical Theology books. That is where it belongs. There is a lot we can learn from Pooh and friends.
Don't go away Swallows!