Monthly Archives: November 2007
Have just spent a couple of days in the big city – doing a concert, some shopping and eating out. Imagine miracle of miracles then; when I went to slimming club last night I was all ready with the excuses, … Continue reading
It occured to me that whenever I wanted to learn how to do something new, I always bought a book about it This used to be cause for much hilarity amongst friends and family. (After all, how does one learn … Continue reading
A favourite walk – on a lovely day….. Glenstrae.
The electrician phoned yesterday, I found myself torn between telling him he needed his time off, to being grateful that he is willing to give up part of his weekend to do the most urgent of the work on the … Continue reading
Have just found the “Images” function on google. What fun to put in whoever and whatever to see what comes up. And yes, this blog does come up amongst the images for my name. Go on – have a try. … Continue reading
This poem of RS Thomas helps me to think about what God as a concept actually means. And about what it means to relate to God. Why no! I never thought other than That God is that great absence In … Continue reading
Congratulations to HM The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on their 60th Wedding Anniversary today. The service at Westminster Abbey yesterday was a reminder of how difficult things must have been for them over the years. It spoke of … Continue reading
Loved the new Cranford series which started on BBC1 last night (Elizabeth Gaskell). Interesting to think about a community faced with change in the mid nineteenth century and then to relate it to high tech living today. It will be a … Continue reading
November – a strange time of year. Nearly Advent Almost a looking forward Yet I want to look back To make sense To let go To grow.