Tag Archives: books

What to write about?

A swing chair and a boy who can nap in it has meant that I now seem to have some slots in the day to write more things. Which is weird. The silence in the house once again feels loud. … Continue reading

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A book you must read.

I’m not sure I’ve banged on about my love of Eugene Peterson enough on this blog recently. He’s the kind of author whose books I get and then they sit on my shelf with a kind of warm glow about … Continue reading

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Diary roundup pt 340

So, it’s September. The wind is howling outside and I’m slowly stepping back into this thing called routine. That means more delightful times sitting at this old Macbook (poor thing is getting slower as the world speeds up around it) … Continue reading

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365 French style…

Arriving to a palatial holiday home for the week, the sunshine, French supermarkets, endless games of contract whist, bad films, the sunshine, wine, more wine, wine on the terrace, wine in French village squares in the shade, wine in beautiful … Continue reading

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Delights

Treats that have made me smile, think, ponder, be delighted and made me cry over the last week: 1.Total Church. If you haven’t read it, read it now. Go on. NOW. Read it? Good, now face the challenge. It says … Continue reading

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