Category Archives: Life on the journey

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Frozen (no not the film…)

I’m not here. I mean, obviously I am here physically. Right here in this chair. Breathing in and out. But.  I’m not here. Frozen in this icy glade. Surrounded by trees so thick I can’t see a way out.  I’m … Continue reading

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Songs of 2014

Seeing as I wrote a blog post about this last year I feel that I’ve started an annual tradition. Yes, it’s the blog post about the Christmas CD I make for the lovely Anna, Sarah and the brother. Feel free … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas!

The Advent Calendar is complete, Happy Christmas to you all! (my yearly exception to exclamation marks is clearly Christmas Day!) 9 Nevertheless, there will be no more gloom for those who were in distress. In the past he humbled the land of … Continue reading

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A God who fell down, and cried, and was sad…

And so we’ve made it, to the last Sunday in Advent, to the end of term and the start of the holidays. We’ve made it to this strange land of Christmas. To be honest I’m not feeling it this year. … Continue reading

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Advent

It’s advent. That time of the year when we ponder again the mystery of Jesus coming as a baby and long for him to come again. As anyone who has been around these parts a while knows, I love and … Continue reading

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Processing labour…

I’ve been thinking about what to write here about labour and our birth story. I may yet write up the story but I’m still not sure if anyone really wants to read it? There are some things I want to … Continue reading

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‘That can wait…’

There are few things as wonderful and as soul destroying as trying to get a tiny person to sleep. Wonderful because when their eyes roll back and they finally surrender you feel like a wonder worker. Soul destroying because it … Continue reading

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