Tag Archives: Children

Marmite for the Soul

This truly is a meadow in an old fashioned sense; rarely seen these days with clover and harebells et al. Although rarely seen, I am treated to this view of beauty from my kitchen door. Today it was therapeutic ‘marmite … Continue reading

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A Matter of Influence

To think that people may read what I have written leaves me feeling vulnerable. I can’t see why people would want to read what I have written. Clearly not the sharpest pencil in the pencil case, I now realise I … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning to Feel a Whole Lot Different – this Christmas

I detect a change in the Christmas culture of our home as Miss Puddleduck hands me a note.   It says “Dear Mum, Can I have Frozen (with the capital F back to front) Peppa Pig Clothes please? Love …. [Miss … Continue reading

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I Love the Logic

We were in the car travelling home with my two beautiful daughters.  The older one upset the younger one by simply taking hold of an object the younger wanted. Younger daughter wound up the whine, with a melodic rise and … Continue reading

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Speaking from the Silence

It has been a long time since I have written any blog posts. I was suffering from a bout of SAPD (Seasonal Allergy to People Disorder) that I usually get once a year in the January/February time when I want … Continue reading

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Wonderful Words

Tim, on his way to play badminton tells me that his badminton partner had contacted him to ask if they wanted to meet ten minutes early to do some stretches together before they played, but he told his badminton partner … Continue reading

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This I found

I just found this document saved in a file on the computer. WHAT I WANT TO BE FOR GOD God knows me. I am Josiah R*******. I am 11 years old and some people say that I’m tall for my … Continue reading

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Introducing Adam

We’re not too sure what Adam’s story is and we’re looking after him until we find out more about him.  Here he is: “Hello, Adam!” I’m slightly concerned by how often I find my husband and youngest daughter talking to … Continue reading

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A New Song

I find myself so desperate for a new song and sound that says “This is God, listen up!”.  I loved the sense of peace, contentment and wholeness that was found as we met on Sunday, but I’m so hungry for … Continue reading

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“Oh Help! It’s Organised Chaos!”

I’m feeling slightly overwhelmed!  I don’t understand how four out of the six of us have managed to turn the house quite so upside down in one day.  There  are clothes everywhere, lists, rucksacks, Bibles, notebooks, wellington boots, waterproofs, sleeping … Continue reading

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