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Advent 4

Today I started musing on my search for wonder and why I wasn’t just reflecting on waiting, seeing as how Advent is kind of all about waiting. Then I heard some people comment on not feeling the Advent vibe yet, … Continue reading

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Advent 3

Wonder today: A beach. A good chat. Old memories intertwining with new friendship and working relationship. Blue skies. Warmth on my skin. A silent still sea. Oh and this picture perfect sunset surprising me as I look up from my … Continue reading

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My self care list for winter…

The nights are fully drawing in. It is dark when I wake, dark again by dinner time. The skies are mainly full of grey clouds. Rain is never far overhead.The trees are gradually loosing their bright burning colours of dying. … Continue reading

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What I’ve read: The August-October Edition

I think my reading mojo has disappeared somewhere in the busy nature of life in this autumn term. Thankfully as November rolls on I can feel my inner need to hibernate growing.  I’m putting down a marker for the books … Continue reading

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Rambling chat…

It’s Friday. I sit and write on a cold sunny November morning. The sunshine seems to have brought out the writer lady at the back of my brain and as always with the intention of closing the gap between theory … Continue reading

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Revillaging.

My friend Adele has got me thinking again. Good friends have a habit of doing that. She is all about the term revillaging right now. In a similar vein to the need to rewild and get back to nature she’s … Continue reading

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Books I’ve read, the May-July edition.

Phoebe – Paula Gooder A story based on the life of Phoebe from the letters of Paul. It’s a lovely imaginative piece which helped bring colour to the life of the early church and made me ponder all over again … Continue reading

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