Tag Archives: Music

Not Misleading Worship

Watching God set off explosions of creativity around our country is so exciting. Like fireworks, I think He enjoys our “Ooohs” and “Aaahs” as we marvel at His amazing workmanship. It is one of His hallmarks of our time. He is … Continue reading

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Always Learning

It’s time to make our home a home again instead of a passing place. We have been riding the high seas of frenetic activity and tonight marks the conclusion of that journey. I’m waiting for Tim to come home, put … Continue reading

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Dancing in Tune to Radio 3

Increasingly, I listen to Radio 3 in the car. It must be an age thing although it was our constant companion as children, so I could be regressing to childhood. I always learn something from Radio 3 without feeling quite … 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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Of Dads and Daughters

Last night, I accompanied Longshanks on his daily drive.  It was another around the obstacles in the field exercise.  Around?  Well, steering is a bit of an issue at a trot and thankfully the obstacles are only old tyres as … 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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I don’t know what to call this post!

Tim teaches the boys how to use Pro-Tools on the computer and I overhear son no. 2. come to him for advice, “Dad, you know that thing on the side of the music thing…?” I pack out laughing at the … 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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A Postcard of Conversation

I have two unposted posts that I have not finished writing due to the intensity of the topics.  But in the interim I just thought I would record a conversation with my 11 year old, yesterday.  This took place in … 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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