Monthly Archives: June 2005
This is to prove that I really did play tennis enthusiastically once upon a time. It is of myself (left) and my folks (both sadly now passed on.) OK – I admit it was taken forty-five years ago! Excuse the … Continue reading
These mesembryanthemums (or is it mesembryanthema?) are amongst my favourite flowers. They certainly wear their colour combinations superbly.
By popular request, here is a picture of the fluffy dog, just after her travelling beauty therapist had been. Sorry you cannot see the tail!
Couldn't resist this little bit of whimsy that popped into my Inbox this week. At a recent computer expo, Bill Gates reportedly compared the computer industry with the auto industry and stated, “If GM had kept up with technology like … Continue reading
Following on from last week's piece of Welsh Celtic Spirituality, here is a piece about the Soul. I am a flame of fire, blazing with passionate love;I am a spark of light, illuminating the deepest truth;I am a rough ocean, … Continue reading
Dana had a wonderful time earlier this week with the arrival of the mobile doggy beauty parlour. The van parked outside and Dana willingly lept inside, only to emerge two hours later suitably coiffeured, bathed and smelling gorgeous. What I … Continue reading
A friend wrote to me with his comments on Moderatorial Dress I thought he must have had a bad cold as he had a bib down his left lapel and handkerchieves stuck up his jacket sleeves. I did wonder whether … Continue reading
To Oban last night to meet the Moderator of the Church of Scotland. David Lacy is an old friend. He was resplendent – if a trifle hot – in his frilly garb. David likes to stick with tradition. He was … Continue reading
Listening to Prime Time radio is like inhabiting a familiar country. OK ok I know…..but I can't help it if I was born in the 1940s!