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Day 44

Thankful for… Sitting in the sunshine, drinking smoothie, catching up with an old friend, swimming the depths of conversation and encouragement. After finishing all my work for the day curling up on the sofa in the warmth with a good … Continue reading

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Days 31-37

New Word Alive done in style. 6 Adults, 3 Children, 1 Farmhouse. Sunshine on arrival, exploring the many rooms, sitting in the garden in the sun reading the paper. Cries of small children roaming around the garden and house, pterodactyl … Continue reading

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Day 18

Thankful for… Our church family, crazy games of hide and seek with small children, roast chicken, sunshine, daffodils, sitting out on our balcony and reading the paper, chatting through life together, tea and prayer around the kitchen table, the anticipation … Continue reading

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A few steps towards the perfect Saturday.

1. Go for a storming bike ride on the South Downs (insert your own place of special beauty), marvel at the pretty clouds, sunshine and freezing cold wind ripping through your body. 2. Make soup. Squash, orange and ginger soup. … 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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9/31

Winning the fight to get the Bible out of the bag. Glad of the results. This song on the way home. “Ring the bells that still can ring, forget your perfect offering, there is a crack, a crack in everything, … Continue reading

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6/31

Breakfast on our back step in the sunshine. Lunch in a similar fashion.  The walk of destiny at Chichester’s last CU meeting. All we do is incomplete. One day we will be home. Damien Rice being the perfect accompaniment driving … Continue reading

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