Tag Archives: Life

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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The Dying Art of Letter Writing

What is it to receive a hand written letter?  It’s a rarity!  More so it is a greater rarity to write one.  And in the wake of letter writing is a great void followed then by a crowd of various … Continue reading

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Making the Mundane Matter – No. 3

It’s been a while since I last posted a post on Making the Mundane Matter taken from my little book by George Sinker, so I thought it was time for the: Third Contact DRESSING: “Put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ.” Romans 13:14 … Continue reading

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Strange Saturday

Youngest is bitten by a spider. Two armed response teams, one undercover and two normal police cars arrive over nothing illegal. Tim attends a coffee morning with two of our children, and the Secretary of State for Wales, while I … 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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Farmer Boy’s Harvest

I only helped him plant them.  He did all the rest.

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