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A Pause in Lent N°5: Judas

Joining in with Ang, and some other blogging friends, sharing thoughts on Lent. I have been sharing poems that have meant something to me, or just caught my eye. Today I offer you one, perhaps really meant for Good Friday, … Continue reading

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Pictures Round the House: Nicolas Nickleby

I thought I might do an ocassional series of “Pictures Round our House” – it will help me to actually look at the pictures again – as I find that one tends not to notice pictures after a while – … Continue reading

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Advent Challenges 12 – 17

Hello, dear Readers – whoever and wherever you are. Thank you for popping in, and thank you for your comments and “likes”. I really do appreciate them all (and I’m not just saying that – see 17 below!!) I have … Continue reading

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And we’re back to the !*$@!* bathroom!!

STILL not finished and we’re having to write more emails to the builder! Sigh. He came a couple of weeks back and we discussed what we wanted to finish off the bathroom – most of it he said we had … Continue reading

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Advent Challenge

Kezzie mentioned the Bible Society’s Advent Challenge – which, bizarrely starts on 1st December, rather than on the first Sunday of Advent (but, hey, who cares about tiny things like the Church calendar?!) (actually, I’m not as bothered as I … Continue reading

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Quelle histoire!

What a tale (and sadly not really ended). I left you with a bit of a teaser, which some people hoped was a precursor to a happy ending to the Story of George’s Escape. But no, I’m afraid not. This … Continue reading

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Brexit + Rend

I’m not going to say anything about Brexit, and (what I consider to be) the catastrophic result. Except: I don’t know what it will mean for us, but I’m waiting-and-seeing. and this is my prayer for a divided Britain (Take … Continue reading

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