Monthly Archives: August 2011
Thanks to Suem at Significant Truths for posting this – there’s more here than meets the eye.
Most blog readers subscribe to an rss feed to help them keep up to date with what their favourite bloggers have to say. I read about 100 blogs, consequently after our time away, I have come home with 745 new … Continue reading
It’s been quiet for a few days so you may have guessed that I was away in the campervan and out of internet range. It’s lovely to have a different view, but it is also good to have time unable … Continue reading
How can you say there are too many children? It’s like saying there are too many flowers. Mother Theresa
A busy church this weekend – all part of the 200 years anniversary. This is a to represent the Agricultural Show. Note the welly boots and umbrella. Someone suggested there should have been more mud. This is … Continue reading
I was grateful for the comments on yesterday’s post, hoping that things would soon seem better. So what do I find on facebook? Photos of the Tinies: first day of school for Grandie #7 and first day of P2 for … Continue reading
For the last couple of days I’ve been trying to find a youtube clip that would make me laugh and cheer me up. Instead – nostalgia wins the day.
At church this morning we had a visitor from the Leprosy Mission Scotland. The speaker spoke movingly of the people – mainly in developing countries – who are afflicted with this disease today. There is a cure but because of … Continue reading
OK chaps, where shall we go next?