Monthly Archives: April 2005
It was easier to buy a new car yesterday than new curtains for the lounge. In case you are interested, the car is a Fiat Punto and the curtains are magnolia.
I was speaking to a friend in Vienna last night courtesy of Skype. It is amazing what can be done with broadband. The quality was excellent. What I have discovered in using the system is that it can be variable … Continue reading
There is a very good profile of the Moderator-Designate of the Church of Scotland – in Life and Work. (Our in-house magazine.) He is pictured at the beginning of the piece with Troon Marina in the background. He was our … Continue reading
Mail order shopping has its advangages – and its disadvantages. I found the perfect wheelbarrow online and duly ordered it, feeling smug that I was avoiding the problem of trying to fit it into the car and bring it home … Continue reading
Bad news! Two ginger toms in the same garden.
It is a very “Hands on” election campaign for me on this occasion. I am away helping with the cause…..feels a bit like it did in my CND years! Except I cannot stand up for as long.
My books on prayer and spirituality were never destined to stay in the loft for long. Too many gems and memories within. Here is one I particularly like. It is from Celtic Night Prayer The best prayer is the most … Continue reading
Just for the record I am now awaiting delivery of a new freezer (the very old one blew up in protest at being cleaned) and a new wheelbarrow. Both took far less effort online than going to a store. Now … Continue reading
Can I have a rant about banks and other large corporate institutions? (Well what use is a blog if one cannot sound off every now and then?) I don't want to go into details – some of them make pretty … Continue reading