Tag Archives: Life

Songs for the Soul

We’re sat watching and washing in beautiful sounds of worship. I can see our ragged souls being ministered to and mended after a week lost to crisis management. I am very proud of our youngsters for how they have responded … Continue reading

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Heralding Spring

I was supposed to be in Chester discussing a Book Event, but an early text this morning postponed our meeting to a later date and instead I find myself at liberty to write and reflect. With my human rock, also … Continue reading

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Ships in Full Sail

In the Ceilidh band we used to play a jig called Ships in Full Sail (I can only find a home-grown YouTube version). It’s a cheerful little tune and the title came to mind, this morning as I said goodbye … Continue reading

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A Mirror to my Week

A deep sigh from me the other morning drew comment from Tim, so I explained it was a sigh of contentment. I am very content. I have much to be content about. In this corner of contentment I find myself … Continue reading

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This I See…

No more pictures of him, I am told, so I’ll just describe what I see.  I see my wonderful husband sorting through a chest of drawers.  This chest of drawers is in our living room as it is a lovely … Continue reading

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Things I Do Not Understand

Proverbs 30:18-19 There are three things that are too amazing for me, four that I do not understand: the way of an eagle in the sky, the way of a snake on a rock, the way of a ship on … Continue reading

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Lessons I learn from my horse

Lesson 1. How to be a centaur of sorts: This is Jack Splash. He is a greedy guts, but at 17 hands 3 he has a large body mass to fill with energy. So I don’t hold a grudge against … Continue reading

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