Monthly Archives: July 2006
Thanks to Old Horsetail for this joke. I only recently discovered his blog and it has already given me some good laughs. Two buffalo are standing on the range when a passing motorist sees them. He says to his wife, … Continue reading
Make me a channel of your peace…… It starts within each person.
Showed Son No 3 the delights of google earth yesterday. What we found odd is that there is detail of a previous home in Sheshader on the Isle of Lewis, showing the garage, garden and surrounding moorland and sea. His … Continue reading
I have been reading a book based around the 1st World War. The Flowers of the Field, by Sarah Harrison. It has stirred almost faded memories of two maiden great-aunts – Daisy and Gertie. I can’t help wondering what their … Continue reading
Life in Dalamory has suddenly taken on a more exotic turn. A notice in the shop announces a belly-dancing class on Saturday. Yes – a belly-dancing class. It invites women of all sizes (I guess men don’t have the right … Continue reading
There is a tussle going on in my life today. Should I write my sermon for Sunday or should I sit in the sun? Perhaps I should stick to office hours and just have long coffee and lunch breaks. Come to … Continue reading
Well he was feeling left out.
For the second day running, an irate and extremely irritable bird with a sticky-uppy tail has been complaining at all and sundry on one of our favourite walks by the River Orchy. It scolded, it ranted it rattled….. A small … Continue reading
I have blogged about Ben Fogle before, so regular readers won’t be surprised to hear that I was mightily amused at fellow TV Presenter Kate Humble, who described him as a “dumb blonde”. Having said that, I have been impressed … Continue reading