Monthly Archives: May 2008
Sadly, due to a mix-up I did not meet up with my blogging friend from Australia. It underlines the fact that I shall have to work out how to get my super-duper mobile to do emails. The problem is not … Continue reading
Meeting up with a blog reader in the big city today. She comes all the way from Australia, so it is very exciting to meet up face to face. My pink rucksack is my identifying feature. I am trusting that … Continue reading
I know that Misty is a lot tidier and cooler – but I can’t help missing the raggle-taggle scruffbucket.
The swifts are back in force. They nest in and around the old school building nearby. For me they are the evocative voice of summer. Their cries and wheeling flight remembered through the years in many different places. They have … Continue reading
Today is a significant one in my calendar of special days. Fifteen years since I was inducted into my first post as a parish minister. It is incredible how quickly the years have flown. And there is a poignancy in … Continue reading
Did lots of enjoyable pottering and gardening yesterday in the beautiful sunshine. Always makes me think of the Victorian hymn. The kiss of the sun for pardon the song of the birds for mirth; one is nearer God’s heart in … Continue reading
Look at this carefully, Misty, the shaggy wet dog who likes paddling in the river….is going to be clipped on Tuesday.
Several things to report: Son #3 is on the mend, he only has a little alien now (see yesterday’s post.) The Pain Association meeting was very helpful – another ancillary health initiative to enable those with chronic conditions to lead … Continue reading