Monthly Archives: February 2010
Having problems with internet accessiblity – back online in a week or so.
It has been one of those days – and all over technology. Well how was I supposed to know that my iphone could, at the touch of the screen, become a giant display? Of course I discovered that it only … Continue reading
“Hugger mugger” is your phrase of the day. And no prizes for guessing I am reading of 19th century navy exploits by Patrick O’Brien.
I was very taken with a passage written by Doris Grumbach (American Writer) on growing old with grace. She encapsulated something wonderful about God and faith too. Growing old with grace must mean that somehow our resentments, selfishness, ambitions, and … Continue reading
It has been another gorgeous, sunny day and not too cold. So we ventured forth to do a walk on the West Highland Way. Not a very long walk, I hasten to add. A short section of the Tyndrum to … Continue reading
Have watched the final part of Empire of the Seas written and narrated by Dan Snow. Most enlightening, though unfortunately as a nation we don’t entirely come out of it well. However it is fascinating to see the way that … Continue reading
The discussion group tonight at Living the Questions will be looking at “Evil, Suffering and a God of Love.” Most apt for my current train of thought. So far, in doing my homework I have come across a quote worth … Continue reading
This post is being written whilst I exit stage left because I am unable to deal with the tension in a crime show. I am famously, a coward when it comes to implied threat or violence. This brings me to … Continue reading
Dalamory has a problem. The cat has taken to begging for food and eating dog food. The dog is bemused and getting a little bit stroppy. So far it is 1 all.