Monthly Archives: September 2015

3.33

It is 3.33pm.  That moment when I remember the promise that we can call and ask and He will teach us about the great unsearchable mysteries we usually struggle to understand – Jeremiah 33.3.  A relationship involves communication.   Communication involves … Continue reading

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Chatsworth 2015

I stressed.  I nagged.  I flapped.  I worried.  I fretted.  I didn’t want to go.  Dapplebum was a pickle and played up when the children schooled him.  We changed his bit.  He played up.  Longshanks long reined, and long reined … Continue reading

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The Apple of His Eye

Today, I met a consultant who had the same surname as a cold meat my mother used to give us, with a salad, for lunch.  I sat in the chair he offered me and my feet did not touch the … Continue reading

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