Tag Archives: Spring

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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Everything Blossoms At Once

We seem to have stepped from winter into summer in one week. There was snow on the mountains last week and this week we’re getting sunburnt and could camp out in comfort. All right! I know it is spring, really. … Continue reading

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Steady Eddie (not his real name)

It has been a long time since I posted here – and not for lack of material, more for lack of spare space in my head and time.   We’ve been busy. So here is a photographic blog recording our return … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

It’s a barefoot, bare-legged, shorts on (for some) sort of Sunday. The clocks have changed. There will be more light and Dad and Kids ‘Football in the Field’ season begins again. It is spring, proper, full-blooded, the real thing spring.  … Continue reading

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I Really Must Blow the Dust Off My Camera

And take some decent pictures. Today was not an ordinary home educating day.  It was an extraordinary celebration of spring weather and an adaption of circumstance to fit a certain situation.  So I decided to keep a photographic record of … Continue reading

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“Aslan is on the move…”

I have seen willow catkins!  They add to my positive feelings about the year ahead and my excitement for all God has in store to see His will done and His kingdom come.  I will heed the instruction that we … Continue reading

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The Joys

I realised one of the joys of home schooling is that when it comes to holiday time, it really is holiday time. There is no homework to be done – otherwise that would be school. Here are some other joys … Continue reading

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Heritage Seeds

“The heritage of the past is the seed that brings forth the harvest of the future.” Tim took a picture of this written in stone in Washington DC. He showed me the photo saying he liked the quote so photographed … 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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Making Memories

Easter holidays began today!  Hooray!  And the children had friends over to play.  It was a day of relaxed productivity for me. The continuation of the elephant I’m making for our youngest: Only, she keeps pinching it and playing with … Continue reading

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